Giuliani: Smoking Gun In Hunter Biden Probe Will Vindicate Trump, 'We've Got Docs'
Trump's lawyer says witnesses are 'ready to name names'
The former mayor of New York City dropped the bombshell during an interview on Fox News' "Watters' World."
Giuliani told Jesse Watters that his aim was to make sure the President emerges as "totally vindicated" following the ' failed impeachment proceedings against him.
"I want to prove what happened," Giuliani said.
"Because I believe if we prove what happened, he will be totally vindicated."
Watters asked Giuliani if he had documentation regarding Hunter Biden's business dealings in Ukraine.
"Lindsey, get started," Giuliani said.
"What I used to call when I was U.S. attorney, the smoking gun."
Giuliani then voiced frustration that the former Vice President, Joe Biden, wasn't investigated back when he bragged about getting Ukraine prosecutor Viktor Shokin fired.
"Look, the government has been so lax in investigating, it's pathetic," Giuliani said.
“I have what I used to call as a US Attorney A SMOKING GUN:— 🇺🇸California Condor🇺🇸 (@Condor_Law) February 9, 2020
Evidence that #HunterBiden is under prosecution by the AG of #Latvia for corruption and money laundering—$14.8mil from Ukraine to Latvia to Cyprus to the #Biden account in the US!” @RudyGiuliani @WattersWorld pic.twitter.com/PdLekReRCR
Laura Ingraham Finds Hunter Biden Obama Corruption Story Buried In NYT’s Closet, Goes Public— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) January 23, 2020
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"I mean ... when I was a U.S. attorney ... the day Joe Biden made that boastful announcement ... the investigation would have begun the next day for bribery."
Giuliani ended the segment by declaring, "We've got the documents, Lindsey."
Neon Nettle reported senators have started gathering evidence on the Bidens, as their investigation into allegations of corruption in Ukraine.
Two powerful Republican Senate chairmen have revealed they pushed forward with their probe into Biden family conduct in Ukraine within minutes of Trump being acquitted on the Democrats' impeachment charges.
Senators Charles Grassley of Iowa and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin released a letter showing they have cranked up their investigation.
Secret Service Director James Murray has been asked by the pair to hand over documents on Hunter Biden immediately after the acquittal vote earlier this week.