Sunday Talks: Rudy Giuliani -vs- Margaret Brennan – Feds Have 183 Recordings of Michael Cohen…

It’s becoming increasingly clear that John Miller keeps distracting the daily news cycle by moving the cheese in the media maze….  A curiously jovial discussion between President Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani and CBS’ Margaret Brennan indicates the media mice are suspecting the same:

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114 Responses to Sunday Talks: Rudy Giuliani -vs- Margaret Brennan – Feds Have 183 Recordings of Michael Cohen…

  1. frankie says:

    Here’s an investigation that went right.
    Merle Hoffman, millionaire abortionist, called New York AG Eric Schneiderman like a private attorney to persecute some sidewalk counselors outside her mill in NYC. So a bunch of them were dragged into court.

    After Schmeiderman’s fall, another corruptocrate contimued the bogus case.

    A federal judge in NYC just tossed it.

    Part of the case was the dirt on Merle Norman’s abortionists, and her owh tax deadbeatism found by an investigator.

    Since the judge ruled, he was allowed to release the dirt. The prolifers not only have free speech, but a new message — one of consumer protection from Merle’s hack artists, one of whom carmed his initials on a woman’s tummy.

    If you have a strong stomach, see howtobeyourowndetective.com and read the post “Haggard Merle’s Abortionists.” A lesson in dirt digging, and a relentless look at a shameful racket.

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    • GrantsLounge says:

      Good catch!
      Sherlock and Sundance are definitely cut from the same cloth. Super Sleuths

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      I don’t have a strong stomach so I won’t look. Do you mean Merle Hoffman or Merle Norman?

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      • frankie says:

        I stooged. Merle Hoffman is the abortionist. Merle Norman are costmetics? The name is familiar.

        Like when the great country songwirther aid singer Merle Travis met an up and coming Merle Haggard, he told the future country superstar people were starting to call him “Merle Haggard.”

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Beg pardon, but what has this to do with the subject of this post, subject being Rudy Guiliani, Pres Trump, and the Stupid Fake News not recognizing the superior moves being made by Team Trump?

      Could this be another attempt to distract by shouting squirrel? We have seen this so many times, it is difficult not to suspect.

      Have you an opinion on the post subject? That would def be interesting to hear. imo

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  2. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    So glad you picked up on this, Sundance. I was laughing several times, myself, during this interview.

    Brennan could not help herself and had to laugh, too. Kind of let the cat out of the bad that this is all nonsense.

    Great work by Rudy here, in my opinion.

    Love the John Miller reference. Here’s the scoop on that for those who don’t know the story (and I did not):

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/donald-trump-alter-ego-barron/2016/05/12/02ac99ec-16fe-11e6-aa55-670cabef46e0_story.html?utm_term=.da57064c1739

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Thank you for explaining SD’s Miller reference. I watched the whole video…and nothing. It’s impossible to remember every bit of minutia from years ago.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Agreed, Peoria. The story is so played out, people have lost interest. There’s a window of time, I think, to sell the public on a story like this and I think we’re beyond that window. It would take something extraordinary to bring people back to this, I feel, and the Cohen tape is not that thing.

        Sure, when Mueller does his “obstruction” report people will blare it everywhere. But I think people are really over this story, in general.

        Happy to help on John Miller. I had no idea what that meant lol 🙂

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      • mimbler says:

        Yes, I had forgotten the alter ego as well,

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    • vikingmom says:

      I refuse to pay money to read WaPo stories…could you summarize the John Miller reference, please?

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    • cozette says:

      Trump tweeted that the tapes included politicians and reporters. We now know that Trump did nothing illegal, he’s told the truth and he says please when he wants something and thank you when he gets it. I read an article by Obamas biographer, a Princeton professor, who was shaken by the tape because it caused him to realize that Trump sounded very calm, focused and calculating which would mean that the buffoon image the Left believes in is just an act. LMAO. Perhaps the Cohen tapes were a clever way to enter intel Trumps team has into the court system legally and also bait the media into covering it. Great movies need great actors. Trump always wanted to make movies and now he is.

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      • Cankles Clinton says:

        Some of media are perplexed by hearing Trump talk “normal”. Some are saying his “abnormal talk” is an act, but they are saying it is an act aimed at the uneducated and unsophisticated deplorables at a level they can understand. (Of course it has nothing to do with throwing shade at them).

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      • Robert Commings says:

        Q said that it takes good actors!

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Great to hear that the Princeton professor was shaken by the tapes. I do think Trump has a “public persona” which is much different than how he actually is in private. I believe I have read that in a few places.

        These Trump movies are fantastic. Looking forward to the next show.

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      • 6x47 says:

        I’ve maintained from the beginning: Don’t confuse “The Donald” with Mr. Trump.

        The Donald is the outrageous, over-the-top persona we know from his entertainment career. The guy who managed in the WWF and shaved Vince McMahon’s head.

        Mr. Trump is the shrewd, calculating, tireless businessman who made billions in real estate swimming for decades with the most vicious sharks in the world in the most cutthroat city in the world, New York. He uses “The Donald” persona as a weapon to cause his enemies to underestimate him.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Rudy is much better here than he was in the beginning. Maybe he just needed some time to wrap his hands around this enormous case.

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      • cattastrophe says:

        Thank God! and I don’t say that lightly. If I’d heard one more interview with Rudy about how he and Mueller were friends in the old days I was gonna puke. It felt like disappointment turning into despair. I was beginning to think maybe dementia had set in. Now he does a good job but the lawyer speak gets on your nerves so fast it’s sometimes difficult to even watch it all. Immaterial of course as long as he’s doing a good job for President Trump.

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        • 6x47 says:

          When Rudy first came out and scored that “own goal” on Hannity, where he blurted out that Cohen had indeed paid off Stormy Daniels in response to Hannity recounting the Perkins-Coie role in the Steele Dossier “laundering money through a law firm”, it was evident even then that Rudy went on Hannity specifically to toss that out there.

          This is a plan. Rudy is pretending to be dumb and say dumb things, but it’s with a purpose.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        OR maybe Rudy has been in on the act from the beginning. After all, they needed to wait for certain things to ‘ripen’. Timing is important.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        I think that might be the case, Robert. He definitely seems very comfortable with everything now.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      That clip w Meagain Kelly is still hilarious. She’s not half as smart as she thinks she is.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        ha ha. Always like to see Meagain exposed for her nonsense.

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      • 6x47 says:

        I’ve always enjoyed looking a Megyn Kelly. Watch her with the sound off, or better still just look at a still photo. But whatever you do, don’t listen to her.

        Is she still on NBC?

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  3. rumpole2 says:

    The Tump-Cohen tape is NOTHING.

    But given how sleazy Cohen has shown himself to be…. It seems likely that there is lots of evidence of his sleaziness on other tapes and documents. It seems obvious that Cohen is going down for serious crimes (not Trump related) and he is desperately trying to “deal his way out of it” by providing (making up) evidence against Trump. That is what you would expect from a sleazy lawyer… doubly so with super-sleazy Lanny Davis involved.

    If Giuliani is correct and there are 12 (or more) tapes of conversations with MSM hacks…. it is a certainty that they revealed their own corrupt sleazy nature… they reveal it on air speaking publicly, so in “private”it’s bound to be worse

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    • Michael says:

      If he is willing to do this to DJT who else did he do it to.
      I see Arkancide in Cohen’s future.

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    • Zippy says:

      “The Tump-Cohen tape is NOTHING.”

      But considering our idiocracy, the payoff to the National Enquirer to buy and bury the porn star’s story and the nothingburger Trump Tower meeting are an undoubtedly successful attempt to divert the attention of our majority clueless from the bogus FISA authorization scandal. As Dan Bongino says, when sufficient time has passed to allow the idiocracy to forget any details they might have miraculously picked up about the FISA application scandal, the MSM will switch back to that and continue to spew falsehoods about it because the idiocracy has forgotten the details.

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  4. ALEX says:

    This is a Roy Cohn job on Cohen all the way and Rudy plays his part perfectly. In the last week Cohen has been exposed as a sleazy backstabbing lawyer who tapes his clients and even the news media etc etc

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  5. ecmarsh says:

    That darn John Miller keeps moving the cheese. LOL

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  6. Hmmm... says:

    I did some tweet analysis related to this as this whole story did not seem to make any sense to me. My reference was the Immigrant children story. When that story first starting to hit the news cycle Trump tweeted 3 times directly addressing the issue. All 3 tweets were practically the same and in my opinion were an attempt to deflect the narrative to MS-13. During the following weeks as the story grew and dominated Trump did not directly address it. Every tweet about immigration did not touch the children part of it or rebut any arguments being made by the media or Democrats. All his tweets were about MS-13. When the story was winding down there were 3 more tweets (2 direct and 1 retweet) directly addressing the children issue but they were all relating to the Times cover (with the girl who was not being separated).

    Anyway the point of all of that is that Trump has a tendency to ignore directly responding to a narrative he doesn’t like. Trump was fanning the flames repeatedly in this whole Cohen narrative so I just don’t buy that the narrative is as it seems. Overall Trump seems to accept that there will be negative press so he likes to funnel it to a story and narrative of his choosing. He has done that constantly with the Russia story (remember when all the pundits were advising him to just ignore it). I think that it bodes well for the outcome of the Russia story as it is Trumps favorite topic to divert the press. It also has turned into a problem for the press because they can’t stop covering it. Meanwhile it registers as a zero on a list of things the voters are concerned yet dominates the coverage.

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  7. ezpz2 says:

    Yeah, they’re definitely having way too much fun here.😃

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Donna in Oregon says:

    Wikileaks’ Julian Assange will be removed from the Ecuadorean Embassy ‘imminently’

    https://www.businessinsider.com/wikileaks-julian-assange-removed-from-ecuador-embassy-imminently-2018-7

    “The recent indictments issued by US Special Counsel Robert Mueller imply that Assange and WikiLeaks were a conduit for Russian intelligence in distributing hacked Democratic Party emails in 2016.”

    “Whether a sealed indictment awaits Assange in relation to the Russian hacking investigation is unknown. But according to US officials, charges have been drawn up relating to previous WikiLeaks disclosures of classified US documents.”

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    • Cankles Clinton says:

      Too bad the “US officials” couldn’t apply the same standards to James Wolfe regarding disclosures of classified US documents.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Flubber says:

      Hacked DNC emails? Or Seth Rich’s leaked emails?

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    • rumpole2 says:

      I DO NOT want to see any harm come to Julian Assange, in fact I think he deserves some sort of Medal for services to The AMERICAN PEOPLE since he revealed some of the truth about Crooked Hillary and the corrupt DNC ahead of the election… such that the voters were made aware of important facts before they voted.

      However…. Assange’s position as a PRISONER is not sustainable or desirable. I hear his health is deteriorating. He has no access to internet etc and so his conditions are worse. What would be ideal is that he be FREED from “prison”, and all legal issues resolved. The legal process does not look like ever resolving while he is locked up, so his eviction from the Ecuadorian Embassy is an essential first step… provided his safety is assured, and he gets “Justice” ass opposed to vindictive legal persecution.

      As far as I know he is “good to do” in Sweden.. no charges pending? His charges in UK relate to “jumping bail” in regards the Sweden stuff.. so should be moot/quickly resolved? There remains any charges laid in USA.. and then application for extradition? I hope US authorities dismiss all that nonsense… or at least he is acquitted in a US court? If all else fails… Pardoned by Trump. 🙂

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  9. Minnie says:

    John Miller 😂😂😂

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  10. fleporeblog says:

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    • senda72 says:

      Liked by 14 people

    • Cankles Clinton says:

      “I turned him down to head the FBI (one day before appointment as S.C.)”

      Oh, there is statement open to various interpretations and scenarios.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Sneaky Pete says:

      I thought I recall reading in several places that Mueller was ineligible to head the FBI and that the purpose of the meeting must have been something else.

      Does anyone else recall this? If so, why would the Pres. risk exposing his hand here?

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  11. Midnight Rambler says:

    That’s a heckuva tweet right there.

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  12. Donna in Oregon says:

    VP Pence visit to Ecador in June 2018…

    “The vice president raised the issue of Mr. Assange. It was a constructive conversation. They agreed to remain in close coordination on potential next steps going forward,” a White House official said in a statement issued following Thursday’s meeting with Mr. Moreno, The Washington Examiner first reported.

    Ten senators, all Democrats, wrote Mr. Pence a day earlier urging him to press Mr. Moreno about the WikiLeaks publisher during his trip abroad Thursday.

    Led by Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the letter to Mr. Pence said it was “imperative that you raise U.S. concerns with President Moreno about Ecuador’s continued support for Mr. Assange at a time when WikiLeaks continues its efforts to undermine democratic processes globally.”

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jun/29/mike-pence-raises-julian-assange-case-with-ecuador/

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  13. ❌ ZurichMike ❌ says:

    Cohen on one side, Mueller on the other; both distractions in my opinion, as are Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, Ali Watkins, James Wolfe, Rod Rosenstein. Think for a minute: when was the last time we heard anything about Bill Preistap, or Bruce and Nellie Ohr?

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  14. recoverydotgod says:

    So…I’m guessing the recordings came from the 16 cell phones that were retrieved out of the FBI raid on Michael Cohen. 1 out of 183 recordings are of John Miller….the one we already heard. lol. The other 12 related to John Miller are of reporters being recorded talking with Michael Cohen about how much he didn’t like the campaign. Must be good phones if the phone in the drawer recording (s?) are high quality.

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  15. Hmmm... says:

    Pretty interesting article here. Just a few months ago the Trump campaign was paying part of Cohen’s legal bills. Interesting to note that as long as it has to do with Russia then the campaign can continue to cover legal bills.

    https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/trump-campaign-paid-portions-michael-cohens-legal-fees/story?id=54831269

    I suspect Cohen has not flipped. This is too perfectly set up for Trump to win and the press (CNN especially) to lose. They built the hype for the tapes and it is going to backfire spectacularly. Just a very well played troll executed to perfection by Team Trump.

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  16. Lots of emphasis by Rudy on Peter Strzok

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  17. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Michael Cohen’s attorney?

    Answer: Lanny Davis

    Speaks VOLUMES.

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  18. clipe says:

    Meanwhile, the Chinese think Trump is a genius
    By Monica Showalter

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/07/the_chinese_think_trump_is_a_genius.html

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Trump’s his own person. So, even though he may discuss part of his strategy with others, only he knows how exactly he will decide. Trump is undoubtedly a smart person. He has the added advantage that most of his opponents either think he’s a moron or TDS obliterates clear thinking.

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  19. Rudy would have been a brilliant Attorney General.

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  20. woohoowee says:

    “obstruction by tweet”. LOL!

    I do believe we’re looking at a “winning election” season – “and going to have alot of fun getting there” 🙂

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    • rumpole2 says:

      New statute… “Felony $hit posting” 🙂

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      • Whiskey1 says:

        Funny! Stealing all day and into the night.

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      • woohoowee says:

        LOL! You won the internets today 🙂

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      • woohoowee says:

        New statute: “Tweeting While Under the Influence of Drugs/Alcohol”

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      • amwick says:

        I heard that is an actual thing in the UK… hmmmm

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        • rumpole2 says:

          Yeah
          London alone gas a squad of 900 cops looking for and prosecuting for “hate crimes” on social media.

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          • amwick says:

            IKR? I watch the metro police on twitter,, It is sometimes really sad…. @metpoliceuk

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Probably at least twice as many as they have walking the streets protecting REAL Londoners from what we here in “Jerry” land call “Kulturelle Bereicherung” (Cultural Enrichment – for WHOM, I ask)…

            What they’re really here for is ECO(nomic) Tourism…

            I wanted to take my son to see where his Nana grew up in London, and where his Great-Grandparents (on her side) lived… No way. Breaks my heart. First time there for me was 1964. Been back many, many times since then, but no more. Too dangerous, and many of the places I knew from my grandparent’s time are either council flats now (original houses having been demolished) or just demolished entirely.

            I would have liked to show him the Royal Observatory at Greenwich (not far away). Have a pic (somewhere) standing in both hemispheres. No chance for that for him, at least the way things are now. So sad…

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            • rumpole2 says:

              UK is the place I was born. It was 50 years before I went back (2013). I cant say I felt unsafe in London, but since then the several terrorist atrocities have been in areas I remember walking with my wife. Sobering to see videos showing dead bodies in places you have strolled yourself.

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  21. Howie says:

    He looks less like General Patton and more like Admiral Nimitz.

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  22. bullnuke says:

    The media…”who moved my cheese?”

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  23. RJones says:

    Could probably make more cheese with the tweets out there that are suddenly not aging well…LOL…about a dozen tapes with journalists! Very funny…don’t know how Rudy kept from busting out laughing.

    This is def a lot of fun…but I fear the day when Dems get any power back…

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  24. Donna in Oregon says:

    Yep, I caught the connection in the Secretary of State Pompeo back and forth about Trump’s tweets are policy.

    So all those hours Sec. of State Pompeo spent testifying at Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 paid off for the Trump Haters. They’ll use this. It doesn’t mean that they will win, but this is the track they’ve decided to take.

    Hence, Mueller “looking” at tweets. It was a set-up. Another one….it never ends.

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  25. Dee says:

    Wow…Cohen taped Every phone call he ever had?

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  26. G. Combs says:

    Dan Bongino’s podcast New Rules explains EXACTLY how I feel about this…. but he has a better pair of lungs. 🤣

    Nice to know others feel the same…. Like most of the sane people in the USA.

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  27. 6x47 says:

    That’s hilarious – Rudy tells her the Feds have Cohen’s tapes of dozens of conversations with reporters; and that Cohen blatantly LIED and told the reporters on the tapes he wasn’t recording them; and Brennan steers the conversation back to porn stars, Playmates, and payoffs.

    Mind in the gutter.

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