Giuliani drops rapid-fire allegations against Biden, flips Ukraine narrative on its head in wild ‘Fox & Friends’ segment

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President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani has promised to release damaging information against former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, and their connections not only with Ukraine but China as well.

Giuliani appeared Friday on “Fox & Friends,” and shared his take on the sordid details of Biden’s dealings with the Ukrainian government, before being asked how he sees it all ending.

“This ends hopefully with Biden finally being put under investigation,” he said. “You don’t think if these things were said about Donald Trump and Donald Trump Jr. they wouldn’t be under investigation immediately? Instead of putting them under investigation, they are coming after me!”

“When are you going to present the evidence,” co-host Steve Doocy asked, as Giuliani continued on. “Because you tell a compelling story. People want the proof.”

“Today at noon I will give an introduction,” Giuliani replied. “Starting next week I will present witnesses. I have them all on tape.”

“We will reveal them one at a time,” he added. “We will show there were two bribes. Not one — actually three.”

Bribes that involve Biden, as Giuliani goes on to explain.

Co-host Brian Kilmeade asked if the White House and State Department were aware of his allegations, and after a moment’s hesitation, Giuliani said he gave the evidence to the State Department.

“That’s when they moved the ambassador out, and they never bothered to investigate the allegations that she interfered in four investigations,” Giuliani said. “That she was campaigning for Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election.”

This being a reference to then-U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.

One of the investigations involved the George Soros group, the Anti-Corruption Action Centre (AntAC), Giuliani said, adding that they were gathering dirt on Trump.

Dropping allegations faster than you can keep up, he then flipped the entire Ukraine narrative on its head.

“In Jan. 16, 2016, there was a meeting in the National Security Council, and members of Obama’s National Security Council, some people present, to include the present whistleblower, told Ukrainian officials to dig up dirt on Trump, Trump Jr., and [Paul] Manafort. In the White House! They said dig up dirt and they had the gall to investigate Trump for two and a half years and $35 million for a phony collusion with Russia?”

“They were charging him with a crime that they know they committed,” he insisted.

Giuliani went on to say that the impeachment effort is but a smokescreen to cover “a lot more Democratic corruption in Ukraine than you ever thought.”

On and on he went about how the Biden family got rich from its dealings in Ukraine, and how Biden is a “laughing stock” in the country.

Finally, Doocy interjected to bring the segment to a close.

“That’s the real case,” Giuliani said. “That’s only the tip of the iceberg, there are other people involved. There’s a lot more money involved.”

“Rudy, we’re done!” Doocy jokingly interrupted.

Again, Kilmeade mentioned the president, asking if Trump is encouraging him to continue his investigation?

Avoiding the question, Giuliani replied, “Would you like me to give up? Would you like me to say, ‘Okay, Biden can keep his $8 million he got in bribes?'”

“I did my job as an attorney,” he then said. “I did it well, I did it honorably and I did the country a service in bringing out this corruption that everybody else is afraid to touch.”

Tom Tillison

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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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