" /> Rudy Giuliani hoping to submit his Ukraine report to Congress,
Select Page

Rudy Giuliani said he will transmit a “report” based on his recent visit to Ukraine to Attorney General William Barr and Republicans in Congress by the end of this week.

“I should probably have it ready on Wednesday or Thursday,” Giuliani said Monday morning while appearing on “War Room: Impeachment,” a radio show hosted by Steve Bannon and Jason Miller. “I don’t exactly know when it’ll be made public, but it should be ready by then. I worked on it all weekend.”

Giuliani’s report is likely to outline his alleged findings from his trip last week to Kyiv and Budapest, where President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, spent several days interviewing current and former Ukrainian officials in an attempt to gather evidence that Ukraine, not Russia, interfered in the 2016 election. Giuliani, who traveled to Europe as part of a documentary series produced by far-right news network One America News Network (OAN), said his findings will undermine Democrats’ impeachment probe back in Washington.

As such, Giuliani said he hoped to present his evidence to congressional Republicans before the House Judiciary Committee votes on articles of impeachment, which could happen before Congress breaks for the holiday.

“It would really bear on fact that the president was not only justified in making this call, the president was required to make this call,” Giuliani said. Read more

Read also: Brain differences may be tied to obesity, study says

Rudy Giuliani said he will transmit a “report” based on his recent visit to Ukraine to Attorney General William Barr and Republicans in Congress by the end of this week.

Rudy Giuliani said he will transmit a “report” based on his recent visit to Ukraine to Attorney General William Barr and Republicans in Congress by the end of this week.

Rudy Giuliani said he will transmit a “report” based on his recent visit to Ukraine to Attorney General William Barr and Republicans in Congress by the end of this week.