It’s a question that’s been burning up social media since the former New York mayor’s Hannity interview Wednesday night: Did Rudy Giuliani make some pretty big errors in giving some of the answers he did regarding Stormy Daniels? I’m thinking he might have.

Now, I am not a lawyer at all, but I do follow Gabriel Malor on Twitter, and he is (you should, too). Here’s his take.

In a previous thread, he explained the problem in a bit more detail.

The thread continues on Twitter, and I encourage you to read it.

As Streiff explained earlier in his post, this could very well be a larger strategy for the Trump Team. I’m in the same boat, but I also feel like the strategy could misfire for the reasons stated in Malor’s thread.

Of course, the biggest problem here is that there is a difference in the political victory that Streiff refers to and a legal victory that now seems more difficult to obtain. We know that Trump’s supporters won’t be changing their mind, regardless of any legal outcome, and we also know that the vast majority of the American public has already made up their mind about Trump.

What we don’t know is what’s in Robert Mueller’s hand. Everywhere else in the Justice Department, there has been leak after leak after leak. Mueller’s investigation hasn’t let anything slip. Any information that has come out has been purposeful.

So that means we can assume he’s holding back. I’m not saying there’s a there there, but I’m not not saying it. If the President doesn’t take this more seriously, and if the Trump Team can’t get its story straight, it could very well have a bad outcome for him.