Trump announces Giuliani to deliver Ukraine findings to Congress, Barr
President Trump just made a huge announcement about Ukraine. His personal attorney, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, traveled to Ukraine to gather evidence that could be used either against Democrats or to defend Trump. And it sounds like he had a good trip.
Trump now says that though Giuliani has not disclosed that information to him (Trump), Giuliani wants to deliver the evidence to Congress and to Attorney General William Barr.
“He’s 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 said on Saturday.
Trump went further: “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.”
Democrats think that the Ukraine scandal is going to hurt Trump. But so far their impeachment of him has proven to be a problem for Dems. They haven’t moved independent voters, black voters are less likely now to support impeachment, and Democrats in districts won by Trump are in danger of not being re-elected.
This could further complicate things for Democrats, who appear to have badly over-estimated their own ability to change public opinion.
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