President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, has been subpoenaed by three House committee chairmen. They are demanding the documents related to Ukraine, referring to Giuliani as the President’s “agent” in their subpoena.
In addition to the subpoena, the chairmen informed Mr. Giuliani that it has scheduled depositions for three of his business associates who they claim have “documents relevant” to the Ukraine matter. The individuals are Lev Parnas, Igor Fruman and Semyon “Sam” Kislin. Depositions are scheduled from Oct. 10-14, according to the letter. It is not clear if Mr. Giuliani would comply with the subpoena. In an interview Friday with CNN, Mr. Giuliani said he would not testify without consulting with Mr. Trump, his client.
“Ultimately, if I were to say ‘yes’ and he were to say, ‘no,’ I can’t testify,” he told the news network adding that he had not talked to the president about testifying.