The federal investigation into Rudy Giuliani seems to center on whether he engaged in an illegal quid pro quo with corrupt Ukrainians who wanted U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch fired. And that’s not the only suspicious “quid” or “quo” that’s part of the public record.
That was the lame-ass response from this joker from Oklahoma.
"Certainly the President meets a lot of people," said Lankford, with a straight face.
This new recording, which backs up what Parnas claimed, is all the more reason Mike Pompeo should testify before the Senate during the impeachment trial.
Did Donald Trump ask 2 Ukrainian-born thugs to kill a sitting U.S. Ambassador?
Apparently looking at someone's public social media feeds is now against the law in wingnut world.
Donald Trump Jr. spreads the debunked conspiracy theory that Amb. Marie Yovanovitch was “monitoring” him on Fox's Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo.
The president’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani was engaged in a sleazy operation in Ukraine that appears to be linked to a lot more shady activities in this Ukraine gambit than we knew.
Investigators went to both Hyde’s home and the office of his landscaping company (which doubles as a campaign office).
You know, when a guy submits electronic evidence of your phone call, it has a funny way of jogging the ole memory, Devin!
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