Amid reports President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is in Ukraine to film a TV series, Giuliani refused to acknowledge his location during an interview, but potentially doing so anyway.
"Are you in Ukraine also gathering evidence to support your own defense?" "America This Week" host Eric Bolling asked Giuliani.
"I am not here to . . . I don't have to defend myself," Giuliani responded without denying he was in Ukraine as reported.
"I didn't do anything wrong. I didn't do a darn thing wrong. Every single thing they write about me is a lie."
The New York Times had reported on Giuliani's Ukraine trip, but early in the interview, Giuliani declined to confirm where he was calling in from.
"Well, I can't really describe it," Giuliani said. "I can't even confirm it.
"All I can tell you is that I am doing today — all day, and all night maybe — what I've been doing for a year and a half: I'm representing my client, as a lawyer."
Claims his work constitutes 2020 election meddling is "Democratic garbage," according to Giuliani.
Giuliani also counterpunched Steve Hilton, who called Giuliani an "unmitigated and unethical disaster" on Fox News on Sunday.
"I think maybe I should sue him," Giuliani told Bolling. "Now that I hear it again, I think I should sue him."
Giuliani rejected reports he is profiting personally off his work in the Ukraine, lobbied, or worked as a foreign agent.
"This man is a disgrace, because he's a lazy journalist," Giuliani added. "The claim that I'm making money is false, defamatory, untrue, and he was too damn lazy to check it out. I don't know what the heck Fox is doing for having that jerk on TV."
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