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Rudy Giuliani: President Trump could pardon himself, but he probably wouldn’t

President Trump declared on Monday that the appointment of the special counsel in the Russian Federation investigation is "totally UNCONSTITUTIONAL!" and asserted that he has the power to pardon himself, raising the prospect that he might take extraordinary action to immunise himself from the ongoing probe.

Mr Giuliani added Mr Trump "has no intention of pardoning himself", but the USA constitution, which gives a president the authority to issue pardons, "doesn't say he can't".

Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani responded Monday to the president's assertion in an interview with Business Insider, saying the president was "making it clear that he's not going to" pardon himself. "I think the political ramifications of that would be tough".

The rebukes came again on Monday as several Democratic lawmakers pushed back against Trump's claim and noted that Mueller's investigation has already led to multiple indictments, including against several Trump aides who have pleaded guilty.

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Giuliani said Mueller's team, tasked with investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election and allegations that the Trump campaign colluded in those efforts, is comprised of "13 highly partisan Democrats ..."

"He's not going to pardon himself", Giuliani said.

And he said the legal team was leaning against having Trump be interviewed by Mueller's investigators.

ABC's George Stephanopoulos then raised the idea with Giuliani during an interview on June 3.

"The guy made a mistake", Giuliani said.

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Giuliani said Trump had no choice but to call off the meeting after the North Koreans insulted Vice President Mike Pence, National Security Adviser John Bolton and threatened "nuclear annihilation" of the US.

"I think Chairman Gowdy's initial assessment is accurate, but we have more digging to do", Ryan said on Wednesday.

He was also on "Celebrity Apprentice" with Trump.

Trump also tweeted another attack on Mueller's authority, writing that "the appointment of the Special Counsel is totally UNCONSTITUTIONAL!"

Giuliani's comment to CNN's Chris Cuomo came after he told HuffPost he believed the President could not be indicted while in office and went so far as to say that Trump could shoot the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director and not face charges before being impeached.

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President Donald Trump had tweeted earlier that he has the "absolute right to PARDON" himself. "If presidents had the power to pardon themselves, we'd no longer be a democracy", Schumer said.

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