In addition to the Stormy Daniels scandal, the interview also covered the Robert Mueller's Russian investigation to which Giuliani said that the President would possibly take the Fifth Amendment if he is subpoenaed to testify.
"Every campaign finance expert, Republican and Democrat, will tell you that if it was for another goal other than just campaigns, and even if it was for campaign purposes, if it was to save his family, to save embarrassment, it's not a campaign donation", Giuliani said.
On CNN's State of the Union, the White House counsellor Kellyanne Conway attempted to explain Trump's Air Force One remarks by saying she was "relaying what the president has told me". Giuliani said that Trump told Cohen, "We'll cover your expenses", and agreed to pay him $35,000 a month "out of his personal funds" over the course of a year-long period that began in the first few months of 2017 and has since ended.
Giuliani, on ABC's "This Week", said Trump was under no obligation to obey a subpoena.
"Well, maybe I did", Giuliani admitted.
Finally, Trump asked Cohen to call Stormy Daniels and end this "once and for all", while Baldwin's Trump stayed on the lines. He spoke to ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive Sunday morning interview. The reason why he claims to not know the facts now is because they don't know what to say because they told so many lies. Giuliani said he's trying to convince Trump of the risks of testifying for Mueller. "But I would think if it was necessary, yes".
Giuliani replied, "Michael Avenatti's going to say what he has to say to collect his money". What was once "Trump doesn't know Stormy Daniels" became "he met her but didn't know about the payoff" and is now "he knew, but he also didn't know because he makes so many of these payoffs".
Former Playboy model Karen McDougal is another such woman who reportedly had agreement with a company that allegedly had paid her money amid the 2016 polls campaign to stop her account from getting published. "I would not characterize it the way - the president himself characterized it as not a campaign expenditure".
In the last few days, Trump has acknowledged that he reimbursed Cohen for the United States dollars 130,000 he paid to Daniels.
Giuliani told ABC's "This Week", when asked about Cohen making payments to other women, The Hill reported. "The reality is those are not facts that worry me as a lawyer".
Trump's campaign and presidency have been marked by his regular assertion of demonstrably untrue statements as fact. "They don't know what to say because they have lost track of the truth".
In his latest statement, on Friday, Giuliani reiterated his stance that the payment to Clifford was not a "campaign violation" and that the payment was made "to resolve a personal and false allegation in order to protect the president's family".
"Number one, it was not a campaign contribution because it would have been done anyway". "It may have involved the campaign". Daniels has sued to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement about an alleged sexual encounter with the married Trump in 2006.
"This was for another objective, to protect him, to protect his family", he said.