Published: Mon, December 09, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Giuliani wants to take information from Ukraine investigations to Barr, Congress

Giuliani wants to take information from Ukraine investigations to Barr, Congress

Despite the apparent lack of credibility in Giuliani's efforts, President Donald Trump on Saturday told reporters Giuliani was going to report his findings to U.S. Attorney General William Barr and Congress.

An OAN said in advance that Artemenko would be featured on the first episode of Giuliani's special - along with the former Ukrainian diplomat at the center of allegations that Ukraine meddled in the 2016 USA presidential election, Andrii Telizhenko, and attorney and Chairman of the Central Election Commission of Ukraine Michaelo Okhendovsky.

Giuliani is also a central figure in the impeachment probe into whether President Trump pressured Ukraine to open a politically-motivated investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden.

"I think he wants to go before Congress. and also to the attorney-general and to the Department of Justice", Mr Trump said.

The revelations raise the possibility Moscow was able to learn about aspects of Mr Trump's attempt to get Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden, the officials said.

Gaetz, a GOP member of the House Judiciary Committee that overheard impeachment testimony last week, appeared on ABC News' This Week on Sunday to produce a litany of defenses for President Donald Trump and Giuliani's continued dealings with Ukraine. "I heard that he had found many".

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"Rudolph Giuliani has arrived in Kyiv", Derkach wrote.

According to the Post, Giuliani has also repeatedly stressed to Trump that he is not in any legal jeopardy - despite the fact that his Ukrainian allies Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman have been arrested and charged by USA federal authorities on campaign finance charges.

Photos from the visit showed the ex-New York City mayor meeting with a former Ukrainian diplomat who has propagated the unsubstantiated claim that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election.

Despite the reported criminal investigation into him, Rudy Giuliani thought it'd be a good idea to travel to eastern Europe this week, as part of an ongoing effort to help Donald Trump, dig up damaging revelations about Joe Biden, and pursue imagined evidence that Russian Federation didn't attack our elections in 2016.

Shokin and Kulyk have also made claims about Biden as well as other USA officials who are alleged to have disseminated damaging information about Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman.

While in Kyiv, Giuliani tweeted that he had "compelling evidence of criminal conduct" by Biden.

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