Giuliani producing documentary on Hunter Biden: report

Giuliani producing documentary on Hunter Biden: report
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Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiFeehery: Weak mayors destroy America's great cities Coronavirus concerns emerge around debates Giuliani says Black Lives Matter is 'domestic terrorist' group MORE, president Trump’s personal attorney and the former mayor of New York City, is producing a documentary on Hunter Biden, according to Yahoo News

Giuliani has reportedly begun conducting interviews for the documentary and approaching investors.

The report of the documentary comes less than a week after the Senate voted to acquit Trump on impeachment charges, though Giuliani reportedly began his efforts last month. 


Giuliani did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Hill.

Last week, Giuliani said in an NPR interview that the administration should continue investigating former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenHarris to host virtual Hollywood campaign event co-chaired by Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling Trump plans to accept Republican nomination from White House lawn US seizes four vessels loaded with Iranian fuel MORE and his son Hunter Biden after the Senate impeachment trial concluded.

Trump alleges that the former vice president used his office during the Obama administration to remove Viktor Shokin, a top Ukrainian prosecutor at the time, to try to help his son. Biden did seek Shokin's removal, but he was reflecting a position held by the Obama administration, as well as allies in Western Europe.

Trump's efforts to get Ukraine to investigate Biden were at the center of the impeachment case against him.

Giuliani, who is not a U.S. official or officeholder, has been a key player in Trump's dealings with Ukraine.


Lev Parnas, an associate of Giuliani's who has been indicted, provided materials to the House Intelligence Committee tying Giuliani to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

He also provided a video of Trump allegedly dismissing ousted U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie YovanovitchMarie YovanovitchMarie Yovanovitch on Vindman retirement: He 'deserved better than this. Our country deserved better than this' Cheney clashes with Trump Voters must strongly reject the president's abuses by voting him out this November MORE after Parnas suggested that she supported Trump's impeachment. 

Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamGraham says FBI chief 'committed to being helpful' after Trump criticism Democrat flips GOP-held state House seat in South Carolina Ron Johnson signals some GOP senators concerned about his Obama-era probes MORE (R-S.C.), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said Sunday on CBS’s “Face The Nation” that “if Rudy Giuliani has any information coming out of the Ukraine, he needs to turn it over to the Department of Justice, because it could be Russian propaganda.” 

Graham suggested Attorney General William BarrBill BarrHillicon Valley: 'Fortnite' owner sues Apple after game is removed from App Store | Federal agencies seize, dismantle cryptocurrency campaigns of major terrorist organizations Federal agencies seize, dismantle cryptocurrency campaigns of major terrorist organizations How would a Biden Justice Department be different? MORE would create an avenue for Giuliani to provide that information and the Justice Department would verify it.