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Giuliani refused to provide Congress with documents about Trump’s conversation with Zelensky

Democrats demanded that Trump’s lawyer to October 15 provide all the documents about the conversation between the presidents of the United States and Ukraine.

NEW YORK – US President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudolph Giuliani refused to provide Congress with documents about the conversation between the presidents of the United States and Ukraine. Free News reported on Tuesday.

Earlier, the Democrats of the intelligence Committee of the House of Representatives of the US Congress demanded from Giuliani to October 15 to provide all the documents about the conversation between the US President and Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky. Giuliani, according to Free News, refused to comply with the requirement and on Tuesday relieved his lawyer, John Sale, who handled cases related to his summons to Congress to testify.

“If they [Democrats in Congress] subpoena me, I will have to hire another lawyer,” Giuliani was quoted as saying by CNN. In late September, Trump’s lawyer stressed that he would be ready to testify in Congress only with the consent of the President of the United States.