President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani said on Tuesday that he was considering individual lawsuits against House Democrats for alleged violations of the constitutional and civil rights of the President and his directors following new inquiries and summons related to a whistleblower.
Giuliani reported on Fox News & # 39; The Ingraham Angle and was consulted by civil and constitutional law lawyers who recommended such legal action.
"I think we need to increase their consideration of constitutional and criminal rights. This is worse than McCarthy. How about a totally illegal impeachment? This is an illegal impeachment procedure, "said Giuliani to presenter Laura Ingraham.
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The Former New Yorker Some House Democrats were guilty of violating Article II of the Constitution, which defied the President's powers during his four-year tenure as Commander-in-Chief, particular its power to carry out the foreign policy of the United States. He also said that he could sue Congressional Democrats for alleged violation of the lawyer's legal privilege and for obstruction of legal rights.
The chairmen of three House committees summoned Giuliani on Monday to receive important documents related to the Ukraine controversy over their Trump impeachment investigation. Giuliani became a lawyer on Tuesday and hired former Watergate prosecutor John Sale.
Although Giuliani still builds up a defense, he claims to have evidence in the form of video recordings and interview notes that are protected from additional summons under the law on the privilege of lawyers and clients. He said the evidence accuses the House Democrats of allegedly attempting to threaten foreign powers during the impeachment investigation. He referred to the example of Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., Who boasted to reporters such as conservative columnist John Solomon last month that he had told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that working with Trump and Giuliani as a Election would be considered interference and "catastrophic consequences for the long-term relations between the US and Ukraine," reported The Hill.
Giuliani also accused the mainstream media organizations of being biased, claiming they had ignored the activities of former Vice President Joe Biden and his colleagues in Ukraine's son Hunter Biden.
"[The media] cover up for the Democrats because they are more corrupt than you think. They cover up serious crimes committed by the Bidens against the United States, take millions upon millions of dollars and put the United States in a very vulnerable position, "he said.
"[The media] cover up for the Democrats because they are more corrupt than you think. They cover up serious crimes committed by the Biden against the United States, which have taken millions upon millions of dollars and put the United States in a very vulnerable position. "
Giuliani said Joe Biden and Congressional Democrats are trying to silence him and Attorney General William Barr just because they are effective in the legal defense of the president. Biden's presidential campaign in a letter on Sunday called for major news broadcasters to stop bawling Giuliani after Giuliani had spent the morning on a series of talk shows in which he aggressively highlighted what he considered Biden's seemingly corrupt dealings in Ukraine and beyond designated in China.
Ingraham mentioned members of the Congress receive immunity from prosecution regarding comments made during legislative sessions. Giuliani said he will succeed the Democrats of the House of Representatives for their comments made outside the congress, including Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., Who has recently tweeted that Trump should be held in solitary confinement, and other unnamed congressmen allegedly said Barr should be arrested.
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Biden has confirmed in front of the camera that he, as Vice President, has successfully pressured Ukraine to dismiss a prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, who Investigations led the natural gas company Burisma Holdings – where his son Hunter Biden, despite limited relevant expertise held a very lucrative role on the Board and paid him monthly tens of thousands of dollars. The elder Biden threatened to withhold US $ 1 billion in critical US aid if Shokin was not released.
Gregg Re, Brooke Singman and Blake Burman of Fox News contributed to this report.