Sunday, December 8, 2019

Trump Opens Up About Giuliani's Trip to Ukraine: "I Hear He's Found Plenty"  Posted December 8, 2019   Colli Rugg

The Democrats' bogus impeachment inquiry isn't stopping the Trump team from going on the offensive.

According to President Trump himself, his personal attorney "found plenty" during his trip to Ukraine where he hoped to expose the Biden family for their corruption.

On Saturday while speaking to reporters, President Trump said that Giuliani's trip was a success and that he is “going to make a report, I think to the attorney general and to Congress. He says he has a lot of good information.”

“I have not spoken to him about that information yet,” Trump continued. “He has not told me what he found, but I think he wants to go before Congress and also to the attorney general and the Department of Justice. I hear he has found plenty.”

President Trump was then asked why he chose not to participate in the impeachment hearing on Monday.

“The impeachment thing is a total hoax,” President Trump said. “The numbers have totally swung our way. They don’t want to see impeachment. Especially in the swing states they’ve swung our way. I’ve never seen a swing like this. Because people realize it’s a total hoax. We had a perfect conversation. It was only a conversation. Nothing came out of the conversation, except for the relationship with Ukraine. And the people see that it’s just a continuation of this three-year witch. And I’m looking forward to seeing the IG report. I hear they’re announcing it on Monday. And I look forward very much to seeing what happens with the Durham report, maybe even more importantly. Because it’s a horrible thing that took place, and it should never happen to another president.”

According to the New York Times, Giuliani went to Hungary and Ukraine last week for several meeting including one with former Ukrainian prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko.

“What Mr. Giuliani is doing at this point is still confidential and is for the sole purpose of proving his clients innocence. In doing so he will prove that this latest farce is even more baseless and malicious than the first attempted coup takedown. Once all individuals have returned safely to the United States, we will reveal the significant witnesses involved,” said a Giuliani spokeswoman.

“Andriy Telizhenko, a former Ukrainian diplomat and associate of Giuliani, wrote on Twitter Friday that Giuliani was ‘prepping for tomorrow another hard working day’ meeting former Ukrainian prosecutors Yuriy Lutsenko and Viktor Shokin,” CNN reported. “To all conspiracy theorist there is no secret on what we are doing,” Telizhenko wrote. “The TRUTH will come out. God Bless Ukraine and God Bless the United States of America.”

In a tweet on Friday, Giuliani urged the United States along with Ukraine to start “a large scale joint investigation” into corruption. “In reviewing my notes, it seems to me that a large scale joint investigation into Ukraine and the US would uncover and recover billions stolen by crooks, from both countries, at the highest levels,” Giuliani said. “This would be the most effective way to bring our two countries together.”

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