As Impeachment Mania Grows, Rudy Giuliani is Lawyering Up

The President’s personal lawyer is looking for a personal lawyer of his own this week, as the Democratic party’s “formal impeachment inquiry” moves ever closer to taking a swipe at him.

Rudy Giuliani has been part and parcel in this latest attempt to defame President Trump, as the left continues to insist that his work within the foreign policy realm was somehow nefarious.  These claims have often come from second, third, and now even fourth-hand sources, however, leading many Republicans to wonder if the accusations will ever bare their teeth.

Now, seeing just how dirty the Democrats are willing to play this thing, Rudy is looking to stack the odds in his favor.

President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, is looking for a defense attorney, CNN reported Wednesday, as federal prosecutors in New York narrow in on Giuliani’s dealings in Ukraine as part of an investigation into possible criminal wrongdoing.

  • A potential lawyer would represent Giuliani in a federal investigation looking into his ties to two Ukrainian businessmen who were recently indicted for illegally funneling money into U.S. elections to advance their personal business interests.

  • Prosecutors say the two businessmen, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, illegally gave money to a Congressman in exchange for help in ousting former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.

  • Yovanovitch has become a key part of the impeachment inquiry into Trump because Democrats and career diplomats say she was removed so Giuliani could carry out a “shadow foreign policy” in Ukraine.

Giuliani had, up until a few days ago, found himself appearing nearly nightly on cable news show, defending himself and the President.

His recent absence, along with this latest news about his suddenly-expanding legal team, seem to indicate that Rudy is growing concerned.