House Democrats released a string of text messages between US diplomatic officials and Ukrainian officials that appear to show the Ukrainians and some of the US officials understood that if Ukraine wanted important things like military aid and a visit to Washington for the new president, the Ukrainians would need to agree to …
Casual viewers of Fox News’s The Ingraham Angle may have been confused by Rudy Giuliani’s behavior during his Thursday night appearance on the show — in particular, his decision to read personal text messages from a giant iPad live on the air. But there’s some method behind his madness
When Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman traveled to Ukraine last winter to help Rudy Giuliani dig up dirt on President Donald Trump’s political opponents, they were accompanied by a 44 year-old American named David Correia.
“Who facilitated Rudy Giuliani to conduct himself as though he is in emissary for the United States? They probably need to disbar him.” In response, Giuliani made a show of fake laughing at Harris’ charges before lifting his iPad and beginning to read from the giant text messages on the screen.
The president’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani has revealed text messages of conversations between himself and senior officials at the State Department that he says show they endorsed his controversial dealings with Ukraine. Giuliani is named in the intelligence whistleblower’s complaint about President
The associate called questions about Giuliani’s state of mind unfair and insisted that he’s as “razor sharp” as ever. And besides, this person added, Giuliani “takes the attorney-client privilege very, very seriously” and doesn’t talk about his communications with the president over text or email.
Giuliani has pointed to such text messages as indicating the State Department was aware of and even supported his efforts in Ukraine. Officials discuss goals for the Trump-Zelensky call July 19, 2019. Kurt Volker 4:49 p.m. Can we three do a call tomorrow-say noon WASHINGTON? Gordon Sondland 6:50 p.m. Looks like Potus call tomorrow.
Hyde also released a statement about the release of the text messages, saying that he was inebriated while he was texting his associates. —Josh Lederman (@JoshNBCNews) January 15, 2020 Read more: Explosive new documents and text messages show Rudy Giuliani associate’s central role in aiding Trump’s pressure campaign
Rudy Giuliani won’t allow himself to get thrown under the bus without a fight. President Donald Trump’s personal attorney insists he’s got a “nice little trail” of text messages proving that he coordinated his efforts in Ukraine with the State Department’s special envoy Kurt Volker, reported CNN. Giuliani denied claims in a …
David Correia, the businessman indicted along with Rudy Giuliani’s associates Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, played a crucial role in furthering the business interests of Parnas and Fruman in Ukraine while the two worked to gather evidence of corruption by Joe Biden and his son Hunter, according to copies of text messages obtained by CNN.