Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., says President Donald Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, has an open invitation to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee to discuss corruption in Ukraine, but he hopes the former New York City mayor knows what he is talking about.
The Hill noted Graham's comments came after Giuliani traveled to Ukraine this month to investigate alleged corruption.
Giuliani has said he uncovered two major schemes — "one for $7.5 billion [and] the other for $5 billion in money laundering that went on all through the Obama administration. Part of it involved Joe Biden — the bribery part."
"I don't know what Rudy's got, but I'm going to send him a letter," Graham told reporters. "If you're going to go on national television and tell the country that you've found evidence of a cover-up, then I hope you know what you're talking about.
"I like Rudy a lot, but we're going to have to watch what we say,” he said. "If he comes, you gotta be willing to [answer] questions about your conduct. It's just not good for the country to make these accusations on cable television without them being tested."
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