UPDATED 11:06 AM PT — Sunday, November 24, 2019
President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani claims he has evidence of a criminal conspiracy between Democrats and Ukraine.
In a letter to Senator Lindsey Graham Friday, Giuliani asked for help uncovering an alleged plot by Democrats against President Trump.
My letter to @LindseyGrahamSC
These witnesses have direct (non-hearsay) evidence of Democrat criminal conspiracy with Ukrainians to prevent @realDonaldTrump from being President, and more.
Taylor’s Embassy is uniformly refusing them visas. pic.twitter.com/LZTygHlkwy
— Rudy Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) November 23, 2019
In it, Giuliani writes, ‘there are at least three witnesses who have direct (non-hearsay) evidence of Democrat criminal conspiracy with Ukrainians to prevent Donald J. Trump from being President, with the alternative to remove him from office based on contrived charges’.
He also claims these witnesses have recorded evidence of the Biden Family’s involvement in ‘bribery, money laundering, Hobbs Act extortion, and other possible crimes’.
Giuliani released the letter to the public Saturday, one day after sending it to Senator Graham.
Ultimately however, witnesses cannot be brought forth until Ambassador Bill Taylor grants travel visas to the individuals in question, Giuliani claimed, saying Taylor is refusing to grant them visas.