Why Giuliani wants to testify in Trump’s impeachment case: lawyer statement

Why Giuliani wants to testify in Trump's impeachment case: lawyer statement

Rudy Giuliani, who is the personal lawyer for US President Donald Trump, said he did not mind testifying before Congress.

The lawyer, who is also one of the key figures in the “Ukrainian scandal,” said he was ready to testify in order to acquit President Donald Trump.

Rudy Giuliani also suggested that charges could be brought against the political opponents of the American president, who are seeking his removal from power. “I would love to take up this matter,” the lawyer said.

“Or I will do what I do best: I will conduct this business. I don’t know if anyone has the courage to hand over this case to me, but if they give it to me, I will conduct it as a case of extortion”, said Rudy Giuliani.

Giuliani’s testimony can be very informative. According to witnesses who spoke in the framework of the investigation into impeachment in the House of Representatives, Trump instructed key officials to coordinate Ukraine’s policy with Giuliani, bypassing the Department of State.

Giuliani later traveled to Ukraine to find incriminating evidence about Democrat Joe Biden, who could become Trump’s rival in the 2020 election.

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