Giuliani considers launching impeachment podcast
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrumps light 97th annual National Christmas Tree Trump to hold campaign rally in Michigan 'Don't mess with Mama': Pelosi's daughter tweets support following press conference comments MORE’s personal lawyer Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiBiden gets in testy exchange in Iowa: 'You're a damn liar' Trump claims he asked Ukraine to do US a 'favor,' not him The Hill's Morning Report - Dem dilemma on articles of impeachment MORE is considering launching a podcast to discuss the public impeachment hearings, CNN reported Monday.

The former New York City mayor was reportedly heard discussing the consideration on Saturday during a lunch with an unidentified person. Recordings of the conversation were provided to CNN, who reported the dialogue included possible dates for the recording and release of episodes, a planned logo and the methods to get the episodes on iTunes and other distributors. 

The recording indicates Giuliani hopes to have four or five episodes "to analyze the impeachment in every aspect." CNN reports that it appears he intends to have four episodes done before the Senate trial to tell his side of the story as the public testimony begins on Wednesday following weeks of closed-door hearings.

Giuliani’s spokeswoman Christianné Allen confirmed to CNN the former mayor talked about the podcast idea at lunch Saturday. 

"Many Americans want to hear directly from Rudy Giuliani," Allen said. "He is considering several options, in consultation with Jay SekulowJay Alan SekulowOn The Money: Stocks tumble on Trump China trade remarks | Trump says deal could come after 2020 | Why Wall Street freaked | Trump loses appeal over Deutsche Bank subpoena Appeals court rules Deutsche Bank must turn over Trump financial records to House Justice Dept releases another round of summaries from Mueller probe MORE and the legal team, regarding the best way to move forward. As of now, they have not decided on the strategy but are getting very close.”

Witnesses for the initial impeachment hearings behind closed doors have named Giuliani as a central figure in the controversial dealings between the White House and Ukraine that started the impeachment inquiry. 

Meanwhile, two of Giuliani’s business partners, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, who assisted the former mayor in his campaign to push Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump to hold campaign rally in Michigan Castro hits fundraising threshold for December debate Buttigieg draws fresh scrutiny, attacks in sprint to Iowa MORE and his son Hunter, are under federal indictment on campaign finance allegations. 

A whistleblower report alleged Trump asked the Ukrainian president to look into the Bidens as a way to get an advantage in the 2020 election originally sparked the House impeachment inquiry. In a July 25 phone call, Trump told the Ukrainian president to coordinate with Giuliani and Attorney General William BarrWilliam Pelham BarrHillicon Valley: Pelosi works to remove legal protections for tech companies from USMCA | Treasury sanctions Russian group over 0 million hack | Facebook sues Chinese individuals for ad fraud | Huawei takes legal action against FCC Biden gets in testy exchange in Iowa: 'You're a damn liar' Huawei to sue US over new FCC restrictions MORE on announcing the probe.