"Rudy Giuliani is probably the most consistently inconsistent person," Katie Phang said.
"Sounds like Donald Trump knows plenty about campaign finance," the CNN anchor quipped this week.
Legal scholar says Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser, deserves leniency during his sentencing on Tuesday.
"We are living in strange times." Melissa Murray said. "This is insanity."
"You're moving shells around on me," Fox News host Chris Wallace told Giuliani. "Either it happened it or didn't happen."
"The only reason they think I did it is because they continually did it because they're a bunch of scumbag liars," the president's lawyer said.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh earned second place with his defense of his high school drinking habits.
In an op-ed, published Thursday by Fox News, Napolitano sets out views that directly contradict those of Giuliani's.
But the veep doesn't get credit because he doesn't lie "like a fugitive who's being chased by a pack of police dogs," the comedian said.
"You better lawyer up, buddy! And somebody better than Rudy Giuliani, too," the host joked this week.
"Robert Mueller is getting under his skin," Lemon said.
Legal analysts questioned the unusual arrangement between President Donald Trump's legal team and lawyers for Paul Manafort and said it could have serious consequences for those involved.
Rudy Giuliani, one of President Donald Trump's attorneys, said indicted former campaign chairman Paul Manafort authorized his lawyers to talk about the Mueller probe.
The White House legal team reportedly torpedoed the meeting after hearing the planned scope of the interview.
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.