Impeachment Report Suggests Broad Conspiracy To Steal 2020 Election

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Rudy Giuliani, Lev Parnas, Devin Nunes and the White House were in frequent contact, according to phone records.

The House Intelligence Committee report on its impeachment inquiry findings reveals a host of contacts between President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, Rep. Devin Nunes, and the White House, according to PBS NewsHour — suggesting a broad conspiracy to steal the 2020 presidential election.

Phone records obtained from AT&T and Verizon and contained in the report show that Giuliani was also in regular contact with Lev Parnas, one of his business associates who was indicted on campaign charges related to allegations that he used foreign money to make political contributions.

Those allegedly illegal contributions were made as the two men were working to have former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch removed from her post — a campaign that ultimately found success earlier this year.

Last April, Nunes and Parnas were also in frequent contact, PBS reported, and those communications fell within the same timeframe that Giuliani was publicly calling for Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden. Biden.

Parnas attorney Joseph Bondy has said that Nunes should recuse himself from the Ukraine matter due to his involvement.

Giuliani also kept in regular contact with the White House: "On April 24, Giuliani had three phone calls with a number associated with the Office of Management and Budget, and eight calls with a White House number."

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