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Graham says he Will invite Giuliani to testify on corruption inside Ukraine

said Tuesday that he’d encourage Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s attorney, to testify before his committee regarding corruption in Ukraine.

Graham stated on Twitter which he’d expand the invitation after hearing”disturbing allegations” about corruption in Ukraine and”the numerous improprieties surrounding the shooting of former Prosecutor-General Viktor Shokin.”

Then he implied that the hearing could be an effort to rebut the story appearing from the impeachment question being conducted by House Democrats.

“So I shall give to Mr. Giuliani the chance to come before the Senate Judiciary Committee to notify the committee of his worries,” he explained.

“Contrary to the House of Representatives, I am tired of hearing one side of this story. It is time to give voice to Ukraine. He included in a tweet shortly after.

A spokesman for Graham stated it hadn’t yet been decided whether Giuliani would look at a closed or open session, or just when he would offer testimony.

Giuliani is among the central figures in the middle of the present impeachment inquiry. The whistleblower complaint and signs offered to Congress within the previous week has implied that Giuliani was a driving force at the attempt to force Ukraine to research former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.

Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., a 2020 presidential contender and former prosecutor who sits on the Judiciary Committee, tweeted Tuesday that she supported the concept of bringing Giuliani into confront lawmakers.

“Good. I’ve got questions,” she explained.