They could be wrong, ' he added.
"Of course we have to see [the report] before it goes to Congress".
Giuliani's sarcastic response to the news: "Big deal!"
Giuliani told The Hill on Thursday that the president's legal team should be allowed to review and "correct" the report before it is released to Congress.
"Counterintelligence investigators had to consider whether the president's own actions constituted a possible threat to national security", the report noted.
The FBI in 2017 opened a secret probe into whether Donald Trump was working for Russian Federation when he fired former director James Comey early in his presidency, the New York Times reported Friday evening.
Giuliani acknowledges that it wouldn't look good for Trump if they administration tries to have parts of Mueller's report redacted from the public, but he also made a point of saying executive privilege must be upheld. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who has overseen the Mueller case, reportedly hopes to stick around until that report is filed.
The regulations governing a special counsel state at the at the conclusion of the probe, the special counsel deliver a confidential report to the attorney general.
Giuliani also expressed no worry that longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen - who he has termed a liar, and who has pleaded guilty to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about a Trump Moscow tower project as well as campaign violations related to hush payments to women - will be testifying publicly before Democratic-run committees.
"There is no legal protection of polling data". You can give it to anyone. "Campaigns leak polling data all the time", Giuliani said, before decrying the focus on the investigation as a "joke" and "total mockery" that "only happens because 75 percent of the press hates Trump".
"We weren't convinced they had any questions they don't know the answer to".
"The crime is the conspiracy, the agreement".