Rudy Giuliani thinks Durham will recommend charges in connection with Russia probe
The former New York City mayor made the comment during a podcast interview on The Pod's Honest Truth with David Brody.
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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani thinks that U.S. Attorney John Durham will likely recommend charges in connection with the probe into the FBI's investigation of the 2016 Trump campaign.
"My gut tells me if he's the prosecutor I think he is, he would have not choice but to" recommend charges, Giuliani told David Brody during an interview featured on the latest episode of The Pod's Honest Truth podcast.
Giuliani explained that his "only hesitation is I don't know the full length of how far up it goes."
Attorney General William Barr appointed Durham in May 2019 to lead the probe. Durham could reportedly conclude his report by September.
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