Ex-Ukraine Ambassador Throws Giuliani Under The Bus, Tells Congress She Never Intervened In Corruption Probes
Marie Yovanovitch, the former Ambassador to Ukraine, shut down Rudy Giuliani’s claims that she tried to intervene in Donald Trump’s conspiracy against former Vice President Joe Biden and his family.
During her testimony to Congress, she said she didn’t know Giuliani’s motives but that the anti-corruption efforts in Ukraine could have “stymied” the Giuliani attempts to score lucrative contracts.
Under oath, she flat-out denied that she was personally involved in barring any investigations into corruption because their anti-corruption efforts were such a serious part of their work for Ukraine.
According to NBC News reporter Ken Dilanian, it was clear the men were doing business with Ukraine at the same time they were trying to uncover dirt on Joe.
“This is essentially the government saying these people were corrupt,” Dilanian said about Giuliani’s associates. “That means there was corruption at the heart of Rudy Giuliani’s inquiry in Ukraine to try to get the Ukrainians to investigate Joe Biden, to dig up dirt on Donald Trump’s political opponent. Trump is pressing Ukraine to do this, and so is Rudy Giuliani, and he’s in business with these now accused criminals.”
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