Trump had previously said he answered the likely "tricked-up" questions with ease.
Trump's lawyers delivered his handwritten responses to Mueller on Tuesday.
"You have to always be careful when you answer questions with people that probably have bad intentions," the president said.
The divorce lawyer for Giuliani's third wife claims he spent $12,000 on cigars and $7,000 on pens.
"Sorry for the mistake with JOHN JAMES first name but you'd be making one if you don't elect him to Senate from Michigan," Rudy Giuliani tweeted the day after.
The lawyer has been trying to negotiate the special counsel's request to interrogate the president but has rejected certain topics and refused follow-up questions.
"I always thought that was the day to make some decision," said Giuliani, claiming September 1 was the deadline.
"That's the kind of disloyalty that leads to you leaving, not staying and undermining the president," Rudy Giuliani told CNBC.
"I enjoy being a lawyer more than I do being a politician," Giuliani said. "This is what I think I do best."
"You could only impeach him for political reasons and the American people would revolt against that," Giuliani claimed of Trump.
Here's a roundup of the times President Donald Trump's administration has undermined the truth and attacked the media.
"Truth isn't truth," Rudy Giuliani said on "Meet the Press" on Sunday.
"At this rate, Trump is going to wind up behind bars with Giuliani visiting him and saying, 'Don't worry, Donald, prison isn't prison,'" John Oliver joked on his "Last Week Tonight" show.
Giuliani made the remark while guest hosting Sean Hannity's radio show along with fellow Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow.
"There's a massive amount of risk. The risk of losing his office. That's the risk," Ari Fleischer said.
President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani has said he is hopeful that an interview between his client and Special Counsel Robert Mueller would be "negotiable."
The president's lawyer made a series of odd, contradictory statements in several TV appearances.
Team Trump has changed its position on the president's former personal attorney.
Cohen reportedly ready to tell prosecutors that Trump knew in advance about the Trump Tower meeting with the Russians.
The Fox News host defended the president following the recording's release.
The president's lawyer also slammed Michael Cohen for recording his former client.
"It's total nonsense," Dershowitz said of Avenatti's predictions.
Trump will not answer any questions about obstruction of justice relating to the Russia investigation, according to his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.
"I know for a fact that this is not the only tape," Avenatti said after it emerged that Cohen had recorded Trump discussing a payment to an ex-Playboy model.