REPORT: Giuliani outlines conditions for cooperation on impeachment vote
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President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Wednesday outlined his potential conditions for cooperating with House Democrats in their impeachment inquiry into Trump.
Giuliani said in an interview with Hill.TV that he may try to invoke attorney-client privilege if the House moves forward with impeachment and holds a formal vote.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I would sit down with my client and with the other lawyers and we’d discuss attorney-client privilege,” Giuliani said on Hill.TV’s “Rising.”
Giuliani told The Washington Post Tuesday that he “wouldn’t testify in front of that committee until there is a vote of Congress and he is removed,” referring to Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) who leads the House Intelligence Committee as chairman. “Let them hold me in contempt.”
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