Graham Offers Giuliani A Chance To ‘Give Voice On Everything Ukraine’ Before Senate: ‘Let The Chips Fall Where They May’

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman, Lindsey Graham (R-SC), took to Twitter Tuesday in a series of Tweets where he offered President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, a chance to talk to lawmakers and provide what he knows about former Vice President Joe Biden pertaining to his dealings with Ukraine.

Giuliani told Fox News on Tuesday he intends to testify but needs to go over the offer with the other attorneys involved, to determine whether they could sort out issues regarding attorney-client privilege and executive privilege. “It would be an excellent opportunity to put out in one place at one time all of the evidence and show where the holes are,” he said.

“Have heard on numerous occasions disturbing allegations by @RudyGiuliani about corruption in Ukraine and the many improprieties surrounding the firing of former Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin,” Sen. Graham wrote Tuesday. “Given the House of Representatives’ behavior, it is time for the Senate to inquire about corruption and other improprieties involving Ukraine.”

“Therefore I will offer to Mr. Giuliani the opportunity to come before the Senate Judiciary Committee to inform the committee of his concerns,” he said.

“Unlike the House of Representatives, I’m tired of only hearing one side of the story. It’s now time to give voice to everything Ukraine. Let the chips fall where they may!” Graham declared.

Giuliani, who has been one of the key figures at the center of the House impeachment inquiry into Trump, has accused Biden’s son, Hunter, of improper activity related to his past lucrative board position with energy company Burisma Holdings. He has questioned whether the then-vice president used his office to pressure the Ukrainian government into firing Shokin, who had been investigating Burisma, as per Fox News. (Continued Below)

Biden has publicly acknowledged that he pressured Ukraine to fire Shokin, but insisted this was due to corruption concerns and not connected to his son’s business dealings in the country.

He said in part during the council of foreign relations, “I had gotten a commitment from [Petro Oleksiyovych] Poroshenko and [Arseniy] Yatsenyuk that they would take action against the state prosecutor and they didn’t. So I said, ‘Nah, we’re not gonna give you the billion dollars.’ They said, ‘You don’t have authority, you’re not the President.’ I said, ‘Call him. You’re not getting the billion dollars if the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money.’ Well, son of a bitch! He got fired.”

Giuliani has notes from an interview he conducted in January with Shokin, in which the ex-prosecutor claimed that his “investigations stopped out of fear of the United States.” President Trump’s attorney also said the details that he’s gathered were obtained before Biden announced his presidential run, and the allegations were brought to him. (Continued Below)

Investigative journalist, John Solomon of The Hill, also released hundreds of pages of never-released memos and documents that cast doubt with Biden’s narrative and raises troubling questions.

Ukraine’s new president, Volodymyr Zelensky, told Trump in July that he plans to launch his own wide-ranging investigation into what happened with the Bidens and Burisma. “I’m knowledgeable about the situation,” Zelensky told Trump, asking the American president to forward any evidence he might know about. “The issue of the investigation of the case is actually the issue of making sure to restore the honesty so we will take care of that and will work on the investigation of the case.”

Sen. Lindsey Graham’s official tweets:

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We leave you with Rudy Giuliani in an interview on Fox News where he rips the “corrupt media”:

(Related: Joe Biden Explodes On Reporter Who Asks About His Son’s Ukraine Dealings: ‘I’m Not Going To Respond To That’)