Donald Trump's attorney and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani assessed the refusal of Ukrainian businessman Dmytro Firtash to testify against the U.S. president. In a commentary for Fox News, Giuliani noted that Firtash had more honor than the American prosecutor Andrew Weismann, who tried to deal with businessman proposing to give him compromising material on Trump in exchange for assistance in closing the criminal case against Firtash.
“John Solomon broke a dramatic peace of news that Andrew Weissmann, now for the third time is caught, looks like, on suborning perjury with Ukrainian oligarch. He promises him that there’s a big case that has been going for like 6 years, international case would be dropped if only he would say bad things about Trump and Manafort. And the oligarch who has more honor than Weissmann basically said “I’m not gonna lie to get out of the case”. They wanted him to say that Manafort was to go between with the Russians. And that’s why they basically tortured Manafort for 7 months, I guess,” Giuliani said.
According to him, Weissmann "went way out of control". Firtash is the third witness that he was basically, allegedly suborning perjury.
“The fact is that his investigation was a disgrace, the way it was conducted. And it is quite apparent now when John Solomon’s many columns in the Hill [...] He has demonstrated that this was an invented charge, completely invented, supported by 90% now proven false Steele dossier, which Comey knew, which Mueller should have known, and which Peter Strzok knew for sure. And he was the chief investigator for both of them,” Rudy Giuliani said about the collapse of investigation of Robert Mueller on the alleged conspiracy of Trump and Russia.
As it was reported earlier, Rudy Giuliani called the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate Mueller’s using Firtash case to assault Trump. The Giuliani’s reaction comes as the response to an article How Mueller deputy Andrew Weissmann's offer to an oligarch could boomerang on DOJ was published in The Hill on July 22, where John Solomon, one of the leading authors of the American edition The Hill, has conducted an investigation that reveals new important information in the case and sheds light on what other additional evidence may be provided by Firtash's defense to the Austrian court to resume the process.