Rudy Giuliani is telling the media that Trump is calling him and demanding to know what dirt he collected on Biden during his recent Ukraine trip.
The Wall Street Journal reported:
In recent weeks, as a dozen witnesses told impeachment investigators that they were alarmed by Mr. Giuliani’s efforts, the president’s attorney has been working on a TV series about the need for investigations in Ukraine into former Vice President Joe Biden, his son Hunter and claims that Kyiv interfered in the 2016 U.S. election. Mr. Giuliani traveled to Kyiv—his first trip to Ukraine in two years—to interview officials and gather information this month, as the Democrats started to draft articles of impeachment.
When he returned to New York on Saturday, the president called him as his plane was still taxiing down the runway, Mr. Giuliani said. “‘What did you get?’” he said Mr. Trump asked. “More than you can imagine,” Mr. Giuliani replied. He is putting his findings into a 20-page report.
Trump is being, but it hasn’t stopped him from trying to steal the 2020 election. Giuliani’s associates are begging him to lay low and stop talking, but Rudy can’t stop. He is boasting about how is working to get election interference to help Trump.
Rudy Giuliani isn’t freelancing on his own. He was in Ukraine for Trump. The president claimed not to know that Giuliani was in Ukraine yet managed to call him while his plane was still on the runway to check on the dirt Giuliani dug up on his latest trip.
Giuliani keeps making the case that he won’t stop attempting to corrupt US elections until he is stopped probably by being placed behind bars, and if he keeps talking, Donald Trump may join him there in 2021.
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Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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