“It’s the president who has immunity, and if you don’t give it to him, you are not obeying the rule of law,” he said. Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, joined Trump’s legal team in April.
Asked about forceful criticism of Trump and his legal team from media figures such as Joe Scarborough of MSNBC, Giuliani shot back: “Maybe Joe Scarborough should get a law degree first before he expresses an opinion. He is so prejudiced against the president, it’s unbelievable.”
Scarborough, in fact, has a law degree from the University of Florida and practiced law in Florida before beginning his political career.
On Monday’s “Morning Joe,” Scarborough said the Trump team, if they pushed their case before the courts, “will be slapped down every bit as much as Richard Nixon. The Supreme Court does not believe that anybody is above the law.”