Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, who has previously indicated Trump wouldn’t consider clemency until the Mueller probe ended, clamped down on the notion of quick pardons Sunday morning, prior to the release of Attorney General William Barr’s summary of Mueller’s findings.

“No, God forbid, no. No. No,” he told POLITICO. “If we haven’t thought about pardons and commutations up until now and fought off all the questions about it, no, there’s not going to be any thought about that.”…

“They’re got to have something to complain about,” he said. “They’ve had two years of kind of creating this false narrative of collusion. That’s kind of become a dud. And now the question really has been turned on them, which is, who invented it, where did it come from, I think that’s going to be real interesting. I wonder if they have any interest in investigating that?”