Giuliani on Kushner: Men like him are ‘disposable’


President TrumpJared KushnerIvanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpPrevious Ivanka Trump supplier celebrated in Chinese propaganda film Ivanka Trump, Kushner spotted at new Israeli restaurant in D.C. Dave Chappelle: Michelle Wolf’s White House correspondents’ dinner speech was ‘cathartic’ MORE .Jared Corey KushnerIvanka Trump, Kushner spotted at new Israeli restaurant in D.C. Report: Kushner, Kim Kardashian discuss pardon for great-grandmother serving life sentence on drug charge The Memo: Leak fuels new Mueller intrigue MORE are “disposable,” but it would cross the line for the special prosecutor to go after first daughter Donald John TrumpPoll: Republican support for Kanye West grew after rapper expressed support for Trump Giuliani calls on Sessions and Rosenstein to shut down Mueller investigation Fox News’ Ingraham calls out Giuliani for contradicting Trump on Stormy Daniels’ payments: ‘That’s a problem’ MORE ‘s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said late Wednesday that men like senior presidential adviser

“Jared is a fine man, you know that,” Giuliani said on Fox News. “Men are disposable. But a fine woman like Ivanka? Come on.”

The former New York mayor appeared on Sean Hannity’s show to attack special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe MORE ‘s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion between Trump’s campaign and Moscow.

Recent media reports have been questioning why Mueller has not summoned Ivanka Trump, who is also a White House senior adviser, for an interview.

Giuliani said he doubts Mueller will call Ivanka for testimony because “the whole country will turn on him” for going after the first daughter.

President Trump added Giuliani to his legal team late last month to handle the Russia investigation.

Giuliani met with Mueller last week to reopen negotiation over a possible sit-down interview between the president and the special counsel’s office.

However, Giuliani told The Hill on Wednesday that a decision is still “several weeks away.”