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Politics 'This is a coup attempt': Giuliani says he believes in 'deep state'

05:20  13 december  2019
05:20  13 december  2019 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

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The essence of a coup , which some might refer to as covert action, is the hidden hand. One does not announce that a foreign power is overthrowing the There is a problem, though. This hand, perhaps because it is controlled by individuals who have made their bones riding desks in Washington, DC and

Attorney General William Barr meanwhile said he believes US authorities did spy on the Trump campaign. This was an attempted take-down of a president. And we beat them. But Mr Barr said he did not understand why intelligence officials chose not to warn the Trump campaign that it could

President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani said that he believes there is an internal effort in the State Department to have Trump removed from office.

Rudy Giuliani wearing a suit and tie© Provided by Washington Examiner

In a Thursday interview with Sinclair’s Eric Bolling, the 75-year-old former New York City mayor was asked if he believes in the existence of a “deep state” conspiracy.

“Is there a deep state? Is there a concerted effort within the organization, within the [State] Department and or the FBI to take down President Trump?” Bolling asked.

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The president then said he believes Giuliani wants to present a report to the Attorney General William Barr and to Congress. President Trump then coyly said he doesn’t know what his lawyer has found. Well, One America News knows, and its correspondent Chanel Rion, who has been traveling with

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“Oh yes,” Giuliani responded. “State Department is filled with them.”

“It isn’t that they disagree with his policies, and even that they try to undermine his policies a bit. That’s been going on for years,” he continued. “They want to get him out of office. Any way they can. How you can miss that this is a coup attempt is beyond being intelligent.”

Giuliani went on to say that he believes Democrats are leading “the coup.” He said that the FBI and law enforcement has “become intimidated by the press.”

“Unless I’m a courageous prosecutor, I know that if I investigate Rudy Giuliani, the New York Times are going to love it,” he said. “But if I would open an investigation into Joe Biden for a bribe that he admitted on tape … If I were to prosecute Biden, I’d get attacked as, ‘You’re doing it to help Trump,’ ‘You’re interfering in the election.’”

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"The coup attempt in Amhara regional state is against the constitution and is intended to scupper the " This illegal attempt should be condemned by all Ethiopians and the federal government has full He was a key ally in Amhara, which is itself facing security problems and clamour from some

The president then said he believes Giuliani wants to present a report to the Attorney General William Barr and to Congress. President Trump then coyly said he doesn’t know what his lawyer has found. Well, One America News knows, and its correspondent Chanel Rion, who has been traveling with

House Democrats introduced articles of impeachment against President Trump last week relating to his July 25 phone call with President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine. During the call he asked the foreign leader to investigate Biden and his son Hunter.

Giuliani was recently in Ukraine to collect information. While in Ukraine, he met with Andriy Derkach, a Ukrainian lawmaker who wants to form a bilateral investigation between the two countries to look into corruption in Ukraine. Derkach is also looking to build a corruption case against Hunter Biden.

Giuliani is under federal investigation by prosecutors in New York and is being investigated along with two of his recently indicted associates over his consulting business.

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