Giuliani Just Admitted The FBI May Have ‘Incriminating Information’ On Trump

Hiring Rudolph Giuliani as his attorney may have been one of the dumbest things Donald Trump has done. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal published Sunday, Giuliani as much as admitted that there is incriminating information against Trump to be found. His only question is whether or not the FBI has it.

Giuliani told the Journal that he thinks the FBI wants to interview The Donald so they can catch him in a lie, so he wants to be careful to figure out how much they know before the interview.

According to Giuliani, Trump would be “walking into a trap” unless prosecutors told the Trump team, which is leaking like a colander on a regular basis, everything about the confidential informant and any “incriminating information” discovered about Trump or his associates.

“What we intend to do is premise it on, ‘If you want an interview, we need an answer to this,’ ” Giuliani explained.

Effectively, Giuliani just admitted that there is plenty of incriminating information out there (including about Trump). The only question is whether or not the FBI has it.

Also on Sunday, Trump threw a monumental tantrum over Mueller’s probe, demanding that it end. This latest complaint comes after even more damning information was uncovered. He also wants Crooked Hillary and John Podesta charged because it’s a day that ends in “y.”

Trump later demanded an investigation into the informant embedded into his campaign.

Trump is worried, and Giuliani isn’t helping much where assuaging that fear is concerned. While we don’t yet know the full scope of what the FBI does have on Trump, one thing is clear: after numerous indictments and guilty pleas, The Donald is certainly afraid that the investigation will reach him.