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Latest News: Colbert: ‘No one ought to imagine’ Giuliani’s message on ending the Mueller probe

Stephen Colbert joked on Thursday night time that Rudy Giuliani’s current insistence on getting “the message on the market,” nicely, actually undercuts getting his message on the market.

Referring to Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation, the “Late Present” host started: “The person tasked with the time-to-wrap-it-up message is Trump lawyer, and man praying to lose his job, Rudy Giuliani, who stated, ‘We will strive as greatest we will to place the message on the market that it has been a 12 months, there was no proof introduced of collusion or obstruction, and it’s about time for them to finish the investigation …'”

“OK, nicely,” Colbert continued, “I’ll strive as greatest I can to place the message on the market that for those who begin a sentence with, ‘We will strive as greatest we will to place the message on the market …’ no one ought to imagine the message that you’re attempting to place on the market.”

The president, after an earlier tweet Thursday during which he mocked the one-year anniversary of Mueller’s probe, stated afterward Twitter: “Regardless of the disgusting, unlawful and unwarranted Witch Hunt, now we have had probably the most profitable first 17 month Administration in U.S. historical past – by far!”

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