- Rudy Giuliani said he will release proof of what he claims is deep corruption involving Ukraine and the Bidens by noon on Friday via a podcast
- But the podcast had no new facts in it – and instead he spoke about impeachment for almost 35 minutes about impeachment
- With the noise of cars honking their horns in the background he promised listeners would get new facts saying: ‘Get ready for it!’
- His initial deadline of noon Friday was set in a rambling interview on Fox & Friend
- He added that he would provide recorded testimony in the coming weeks that also backs his claims
- Giuliani claims he ‘didn’t go looking for dirt on Biden’ but it was handed to him by two ‘informants’ 18 months ago
- He has claimed, without offering proof, that Hunter Biden made millions from his work on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian gas company
Rudy Giuliani blew through a self-imposed deadline of noon Friday to reveal evidence of ‘shocking crimes’ by Joe and Hunter Biden on his newly-launched podcast – but told listeners who made it to the end: ‘Get ready for it!’
The president’s personal counsel – who is not part of his impeachment defense in the Senate – used the 35-minute YouTube recording and podcast to argue against impeaching Donald Trump.
At the end, he promised that he had facts ‘shortly,’ but this time offered no idea of when.
He had first promised new evidence when he appeared on Fox & Friends and vowed, in a rambling interview, to release proof of what he claims is deep corruption involving Ukraine and the Bidens.
While speaking about his investigation into Biden and his son Hunter Biden, Giuliani told the morning show he would release evidence later on Friday via a podcast that supports his claims of ‘shocking crimes,’ and said: ‘I’m going to start a podcast at noon today.’
He added that he would also provide recorded testimony in the coming weeks that also backs his claims.
Giuliani claims he ‘didn’t go looking for dirt on Biden’ but it was handed to him by two ‘informants’ 18 months ago.
On his YouTube channel-cum-podcast, called Common Sense, the former New York mayor said nothing to suggest where his new facts were.