Giuliani claims that the Ukrainian company paid Joe Biden $900 thousand for lobbying

Rudy Giuliani, the personal lawyer of President trump, said that the Ukrainian gas company, which was the son of Joe Biden, hunter, paid to the former Vice-President of the $900 thousand for lobbying.

Giuliani, speaking on Wednesday, October 9, in the evening on Fox News on The Sean Hannity Show, cited as evidence the documents published by Andriy Derkach, a member of the Ukrainian Parliament.

Wednesday, October 9, Derkach held a press conference in Kiev, where he said that he has documents proving that the oil and gas company Burisma Holdings, Biden paid for lobbying.

As Vice-President Biden has pushed Ukraine to dismiss the chief Prosecutor Viktor Shokin, otherwise, the United States withdrew at least $1 billion in loan guarantees. Trump and his allies, including Rudy Giuliani’s claim that Biden tried to dismiss Shokin because he was investigating his son.

According to the chief Prosecutor of Ukraine, while there is no evidence that hunter Biden was involved in any wrongdoing.

In this case, according to court documents, two businessmen from Florida who reportedly helped Rudy Giuliani in promoting Ukrainian investigation against Biden, was arrested on charges of violation of laws on financing of election campaigns.

Businessmen born in the USSR, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman charged in Federal court in Manhattan to conspiracy, false statements to the Federal election Commission and forgery.

Parnas and Truman acted as unofficial emissaries in Ukraine for Giuliani in his efforts to dig up dirt on political rivals of President trump, including former us Vice-President Joe Biden and his son hunter, Fox News reports.

In may 2018, they made a contribution in the amount of $325 thousand and $15 thousand in two unnamed independent Committee expenses and falsely reported that the money came from their company “Global Energy Producers”, the alleged enterprise for import-export of liquefied natural gas created around the same time when they made donations.

Parnas and Truman that did not have a significant prior history of political donations, sought to promote their personal financial interests and the political interests of at least one official of the Ukrainian government, with whom they worked, “- said in the Wall Street Journal.

The men were arrested late Wednesday evening and was supposed to appear in Federal court in Virginia on Thursday, October 10, the day.

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