6:15 a.m. In his latest appearance on “Fox News,” Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani spoke with Fox host Laura Ingraham and said he’d consult the president on whether he should testify in the Senate about President Trump‘s conversations with the Ukrainian president.
Giuliani has been invited to testify before the Senate by Trump supporter and Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham. Graham told Fox News’ “Fox and Friends” this morning that he spoke with Giuliani yesterday about appearing.
“He’s claiming to have a lot of evidence about corruption in the Ukraine that ties back to the Democrats that’s apart from what the House is looking at,” Graham said. “The House could care less about fairness. Schiff is not looking for the truth,” Graham said of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff.
“I’m going to ask my colleagues in the Senate, Republicans, to sign a letter to Nancy Pelosi saying we do not believe the transcript of the phone call between the president and the Ukraine is an impeachable offense,” Graham said.
He has told The Washington Post he “can’t imagine” other administration officials cooperating with the House investigation, however.