Rudy Giuliani, an ally and former lawyer for former US President Donald Trump, has been subpoenaed in a Washington court. According to Bloomberg on January 10, Giuliani was called there in early November.
Rudy Giuliani, who was involved in efforts to disrupt the 2020 presidential election, has been subpoenaed to testify and present documents to a federal jury in Washington.
What information is requested from the politician in the agenda remains unknown, as well as the official status of his testimony.
In June 2021, Izvestia wrote about Giuliani’s removal from law practice. The reason for the decision was the statements of the lawyer. The lawyer claimed the falsification of the results of the US presidential election. The court ruled that Giuliani’s words threatened the public interest.
Trump himself is currently under investigation.
So, on December 23, it was reported that a special committee of the US House of Representatives investigating the attack on the Capitol in January 2021 recommended that Trump be banned from participating in the next presidential election. This recommendation was made during the collection of a report on the investigation of what happened at the Capitol.
On the same day, it became known that the special committee recommended filing four criminal cases against the former US president. Trump, in turn, called the published report on the investigation into the storming of the Capitol “a witch hunt.”
Trump himself, against the background of these accusations, stated that he had immunity.