Ukrainian Officials Testify Under Oath that Ukraine Interfered in the 2016 Elections
Three Ukrainian officials, a diplomat, a member of the Ukrainian Parliament, and another top official each gave first-hand sworn statements that the Democratic Party colluded with Ukrainian officials to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.
To be precise, the Democratic Party solicited help from a foreign government to harm the Republican Party candidate, Donald Trump. They literally committed the crime that they have been accusing President Trump of doing in the Mueller investigation.
Rudy Giuliani said that they “must have five or six Ukrainian witnesses who say that over the course of the last two years they’ve tried to come to the United States to give us evidence of vast collusion by the Ukrainians to affect Democrats in the 2016 election and solid evidence of the corruption involved in Biden getting his son in in order to protect the Burisma company.”
According to The Globe and Mail,
Rudy Giuliani and Andriy Telizhenko both love their cigars. For six hours they smoked and ate hamburgers in Mr. Giuliani’s New York law office while the former Ukrainian diplomat told U.S. President Donald Trump’s personal attorney exactly what he wanted to hear.
What Mr. Telizhenko told Mr. Giuliani in their May 17 meeting – and Mr. Giuliani’s willingness to believe the 29-year-old’s version of some key events in recent history – helped send the United States down the path to Mr. Trump’s fateful phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The impeachment hearings that followed have sprung from Mr. Trump’s attempts to persuade the Ukrainian leader to open an investigation that could damage former U.S. vice-president Joe Biden.
Mr. Telizhenko says he told Mr. Giuliani that the Ukrainian embassy in Washington – where he worked as third secretary for seven months before resigning in June 2016 – had intervened to aid Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for the presidency, aiming to help keep Mr. Trump from the White House. Separately, Mr. Telizhenko, who worked in the office of former prosecutor-general Vitaly Yarema before beginning his brief diplomatic career, claimed to know that Mr. Biden, who could be Mr. Trump’s Democratic opponent in 2020, had put pressure on Ukraine to drop an investigation of an oil and gas company that Mr. Biden’s son Hunter sat on the board of.
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