The so-far clandestine nature of the left’s “formal impeachment inquiry” has invoked a worrisome, fretful attitude among those being targeted.
The Democrats, led by House Intel Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, are utilizing the shadows in this effort to undo the 2016 election, squirreling away their hearings in a secure location, deep within the bowels of the Capitol. The substance of those meetings is not to be disseminated, save what Schiff himself has chosen to to relay to the public, allowing the anti-Trump Congressman to paint whatever picture he would like of the proceedings through the mainstream media.
Given just how dirty the process has felt, it comes as no surprise that former NYC Mayor and President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani is seeking legal counsel.
The move by Giuliani, who is President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, is notable because last week he said he would not be seeking a new lawyer unless he felt one was needed. His previous lawyer, John Sale, was helping him deal with congressional inquiries.
“If they take me to court I would then have to get another lawyer,” Giuliani told CNN’s Mike Warren on October 15.
Earlier on Wednesday, Giuliani said he had not heard from the FBI, US attorneys for the Southern District of New York or any other lawyer pertaining to the Ukraine matter.
He would not directly comment Wednesday morning to CNN about whether he has hired or is in the process of hiring a criminal attorney.
Two Ukraine-linked associates of Giuliani were recently arrested at Washington Dulles Airport with one-way tickets overseas as part of an ongoing investigation into President Trump’s foreign policy dealings within the tiny European nation.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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