Tim Mulvey, the committee’s spokesperson, sent the following statement Thursday night to numerous media outlets: “Mr. Giuliani had agreed to participate in a transcribed interview with the Select Committee. Today, he informed committee investigators that he wouldn’t show up unless he was permitted to record the interview, which was never an agreed-upon condition.”
Mulvey added: “Mr. Giuliani is an important witness to the conspiracy to overthrow the government and he remains under subpoena. If he refuses to comply the committee will consider all enforcement options.”
Despite the cancellation of Friday’s meeting, Giuliani’s lawyer, Robert Costello, told CNN that conversations between the two parties are still ongoing.
Giuliani also addressed at a rally in front of the White House prior to the insurgency on Jan. 6. He, like Trump, stated that the election of Biden was an existential crisis for the country and used words that hinted at violence.
“Let’s have trial by combat,” Giuliani said. “I’m willing to stake my reputation, the President is willing to stake his reputation, on the fact that we’re going to find criminality there.”
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