Rudy Giuliani Shares His Ukraine Findings in Series of Tweets

President Donald Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani dramatically teased and later shared information via Twitter Sunday he said he gathered from "hundreds of hours of research," in what many of his supporters hope provides damning information about the Biden family's alleged dealings with Ukraine.

"After hundreds of hours & months of research, I have garnered witnesses & documents which reveal the truth behind this impeachment, which includes NO wrongdoing by @realDonaldTrump," Giuliani wrote.

In one tweet, he alleged: "Evidence revealed that corruption in 2016 was so extensive it was POTUS's DUTY to ask for US-Ukraine investigation...Impeachment is part of Dem cover-up...Extortion, bribery & money laundering goes beyond Biden's....Also, DNC collusion w/ Ukraine to destroy candidate Trump."

He also claimed in another tweet that the Democrats' impeachment is "intended to obstruct...investigations of Obama-era corruption." He followed that with a number of allegations, including "extortion," "bribery" and "DNC collusion w/Ukraine to destroy candidate Trump."

"Witness Yuri Lutsenko, inheritor of Shokin's office...Records proving Amb Yovanovitch perjured herself at least twice...Doc's showing she was denying visas to witnesses who could prove Biden & Dem corruption...Clear doc proof of money laundering by Burisma & Biden's," Giuliani also alleged.

Giuliani continued hyping his upcoming release of potentially damning information Saturday which Trump allies hope links the Obama-Biden administration to shady Ukraine dealings. The former Republican mayor of New York City capped a week of interviews in which he expressed his belief in the "deep state" conspiracy to take down the president by teasing a Twitter thread he claims will finally reveal his Ukraine findings. Giuliani was in Kyiv, Ukraine earlier this month to meet with Ukrainian lawmaker Andriy Derkach, who The Washington Post reported is a "key figure" seeking to build a bi-lateral case against Hunter Biden.

"In my next thread of tweets I will be sharing some of the evidence I have garnered through hundreds of hours of research. Turn notifications on & stay tuned," Giuliani wrote on Twitter Sunday morning. It came as the House prepares to vote on sending two articles of impeachment against Trump -- abuse of power and obstruction of Congress -- over to the Senate for trial.

Last week, Giuliani visited the White House to brief Trump on his findings from his latest Ukraine trip, according House Intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff.

Politico reported that Republican Senator Lindsey Graham extended an invitation to Giuliani to talk to the Senate Judiciary Committee about the latter's Ukraine visit. In an interview with the CBS program Face the Nation Sunday, Graham said: "Rudy, if you want to come and tell us what you found, I'll be glad to talk to you. We can look at what Rudy's got and Joe Biden, Hunter Biden and anything else you want to look at after impeachment. But if Rudy wants to come to the Judiciary Committee and testify about what he found, he's welcome to do so."

As the Kyiv Post reported earlier this month, Giuliani engaged in his latest "dirt-digging" trip against the Bidens on December 4. He arrived at the Ukraine capital city's Zhuliany airport unannounced through the low-cost Wizz Air airline. He has met with at least two current and former Ukrainian lawmakers who have expressed desires to investigate the Bidens alongside U.S. officials.

"Rudolph Giuliani has arrived in Kyiv. We met up immediately to discuss the establishment of the Friends of Ukraine STOP Corruption interparliamentary group," KGB-trained Ukrainian lawmaker Andiy Derkach wrote in a Facebook post, earlier this month. Derkach posted photographs of the meeting and said an "American television company" was there to film the meeting, which the Kyiv Post speculated was the One America News (OAN) network.

Giuliani turned to Derkach as President Volodymyr Zelensky and his administration seek to distance themselves from any speculation on whether they would carry out investigations Giuliani is pushing which are beneficial to the Trump 2020 election campaign.

Giuliani has been hyping the findings of his European trips throughout the week, even telling former Deputy Assistant to the President and right-wing host Sebastian Gorka his trips went "very well."

"American people have already made up their mind on this #ImpeachmentScam This is a SMOKESCREEN for the Obama-Biden administration's corruption. It will soon be proven," Giuliani tweeted earlier this week.

Reactions to Giuliani's earlier teaser tweet Sunday ranged from mockery to excitement to reminders he refused to comply to a House subpoena in September about his repeated requests to explain his Ukraine trips.

"Back in September, the House served you a subpoena for these materials. You refused to comply. Why should we believe anything you claim now, given that you refused to produce, under penalty of perjury, the actual evidence underlying it?" replied attorney Max Kennerly, posting a photograph of House Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Eliot Engel's demands about his Biden investigation demands.

Trump Students founder Ryan Fournier expressed his excitement for the potential findings, "Can't wait!"

"Everyone is underestimating @RudyGiuliani at their peril. He was the only guy in NY to beat the criminals, Dems, and the state GOP establishment during his run and tenure as mayor. When this is all said and done, Rudy will have people crying and shaking in the fetal position," remarked Newsmax's John Cardillo.

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Rudy Giuliani dramatically teased information he has gathered from "hundreds of hours of research" likely as a result of his multiple visits to the Ukraine in order to find incriminating information about former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter. DON EMMERT / AFP/Getty Images
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