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Lindsey Graham Offers Giuliani Chance to Testify on Ukrainian Corruption Involving Americans

Senator Lindsey Graham just gave President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Guliani the opportunity to testify on what he knows about corruption in Ukraine, as Reuters reports:

“The Republican chairman of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday opened the door to a Senate investigation into unproven allegations regarding Ukraine raised by President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, inviting the attorney to testify.

“It is time for the Senate to inquire about corruption and other improprieties involving Ukraine,” Senator Lindsey Graham said in a series of tweets, mentioning specifically the firing of Ukraine’s former prosecutor Viktor Shokin.

Graham did not give any specific dates for a potential Giuliani appearance or any other public hearings on the matter.”

Mr. Giuliani should jump on this chance to tell all that he knows about corruption in Ukraine involving American officials and others.

We believe Senator Lindsey Graham will give Mr. Giuliani a fair shot at telling his story.

In other news President Trump struck back and refuses to cooperate with Democrat’s impeachment charade, until the hold a formal vote, as Reuters reports:

Do you approve of Lindsey Graham’s decision to let Giuliani testify on Ukraine?

“President Donald Trump’s administration on Tuesday blocked the U.S. ambassador to the European Union from giving testimony in the House of Representatives’ impeachment investigation of the Republican president.

Gordon Sondland, a Trump donor who started his diplomatic job in July, was due to meet behind closed doors with staff of three Democratic-led House committees Tuesday morning over the role he may have played in the president’s efforts to get Ukraine to probe former Vice President Joe Biden, a political rival.

Sondland had apparently agreed to testify without a subpoena. Through his lawyer on Tuesday, he said he hoped “the issues raised by the State Department that preclude his testimony will be resolved promptly.”

“He stands ready to testify on short notice, whenever he is permitted to appear,” Sondland’s lawyer, Robert Luskin, said in a statement.”

We agree that President Trump should refuse to cooperate until the House holds a formal vote on impeachment.

Until then there is no reason for the President to play the Democrat’s rigged game.

Reuters contributed to this report.

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