Former U.S. Attorney Joseph E. Digenova addressed European history Tuesday night to describe Democrats' impeachment investigation of President Trump, calling their efforts "murder" ", the act of killing the king.
"What you see is suicide," says Digen, a frequent Trump advocate to Fox News presenter Laura Ingramham. "This is a murder by another name, a false impeachment. The Democrats in the House want to destroy the president. "
But Digenov, a conspiracy theorist whom Trump wanted from his legal team during the Russia probe, was not finished. In a lengthy interview on Inggram's Angle," of Trump's Rudolph W. Giuliani, blasted two anonymous individuals reporting as "suicide bombers" and accusing Democrats of "sedition." of persons, under
Digenova's comments were also made noticeably in Fox News, which recently made similar allegations about an increase in airtime, The Washington Post reported, and Ingraham has been confronted by advertisers' boycotts of controversy statements on social media and while hosted by Fox News did not respond to a request for comment on diGenova's comments late Tuesday.
Ingraham invited diGenova and Giuliani to her show on Tuesday to discuss the latest developments in impeachment. Earlier in the day, the White House issued an eight-page letter declining to cooperate with the investigation in Ukraine, killing it as "guerrilla and unconstitutional."
Both Giuliani and Digenova have been involved in Trump's dealings with Ukraine, which are at the center of an intruder complaint that prompted Democrats to launch an investigation.
Julian, who was identified as a key participant in Trump's attempts to get Ukraine to look at his political opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, has since been called by three House committees. Late last month, Fox News reported that diGenova and his wife, Victoria Toinsing, were helping Julian and that only Trump knew about their involvement. DiGenova has denied the report as "absolutely false," though the New York Times has published similar details. Trump hired the couple last year, but the offer was canceled days later due to undisclosed conflicts, the Times reported at the time.
"However, these conflicts do not prevent them from assisting the president in other legal matters," Trump's lawyer, Jay Sekulov, told a Times statement. "The President looks forward to working with them."
While it remains unclear to what extent digene and toning have helped Trump, the pair often appear on Fox News to defend the president and attack his critics.
On Tuesday, for example, when diGenova discussed the two who came out with information about Trump, he said, "I refuse to call them whistle blowers."
"These two non-suicides are suicides that the Democrats have unleashed on the democratic process," "They actually believe that the American people will accept people testifying secretly, without anyone knowing who they are, where they worked, what their party affiliation is, whom they talked to."
He goes on: "Quite a few obviously the first suicide bomber to send the complaint to Chief inspector was paid democratic operator of the Democratic Party. "
Ingraham quickly intervene to clarify remarks diGenova.
"You mean obviously political suicide before we get people to communicate. Us, 'Oh, he really meant …,'" said Ingreham, drawing a heated laugh from Giuliani.
The host continued to suggest that everyone , who interprets diGenova's comment, otherwise he has to "get a sense of humor."
"If you still think that, then you really need to watch another show where we have to tell you all this," says Ingreham.  Later in the show diGenova voiced Trump's repeated claims that the best demos
"Democrats who love simply the process and procedure and the rule of law, they are literally undermining the law in a truly equal attack on the government," Digenova said. "Indeed, this is an incitement to what they are doing. "
Mania, albeit related to treason, is behavior or language that incites a rebellion against the power of the state. Betrayal is a more serious crime than actively waging war against one's country or providing assistance to its enemies.
] Meanwhile however, Giuliani blamed the blame on the media.
"Do you know why they get away with this? Why are they doing this? "He said of the Democrats. "It's really the fault of the press. The press lets them. They can say whatever they want. "
"Now this is worse than witch hunting," says Giuliani, adding that he has read books on the Salem witch trials. "They had more rights."