Rudy Giuliani on Tuesday blew off a congressional subpoena to provide documents and details on his dealings in Ukraine on behalf of Donald Trump. House Advertisement But in letter Per The Hill: Sale cited a White House letter stating that it would not cooperate with the impeachment inquiry, which it claimed was invalid. Sale’s letter, a copy of which was obtained by The Hill, argues that the subpoena is “overbroad, unduly burdensome, and seeks documents beyond the scope of legitimate inquiry.” Sale also asserted that certain documents in the subpoena fall under attorney-client privilege, an argument some legal experts expressed skepticism about. Democrats leading the impeachment charge obviously ABC News report: that Giuliani had “admitted on national television that, while serving as the president’s personal attorney, he asked the government of Ukraine to target former Vice President Joe Biden.” Advertisement Giuliani told ABC that if Democrats try to enforce the subpoena, he’ll get a lawyer, a new lawyer. “At this time, I do not need a lawyer,” Giuliani tweeted. Advertisement Giuliani’s opinions on his need for legal advice notwithstanding, They also said that lack of cooperation on Giuliani’s part can Advertisement “Witnesses do not get to choose whether to comply… Read full this story
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