Transcript for Judiciary Committee prepares to hear new testimony Monday
Well, the battle over impeaching president trump hits a new phase tomorrow with more testimony before the house judiciary committee. ABC's David Wright joins us with the latest from the white house. Good morning, David. Reporter: Good morning, Eva. When the judiciary committee gavels its hearings to order tomorrow, white house lawyers will not be present. The administration has signaled to congress that the president will not mount a defense until the case moves on to friendlier turf in the Republican controlled senate. President trump won't say if he plans to testify in any senate impeachment trial. Well, I don't know. I know this, that the impeachment thing is a total the numbers have totally swung our way. They don't want to see impeachment. Reporter: But trump told reporters his lawyer Rudy Giuliani is gearing up to present a report even as the house moves to impeach trump for allegedly pressuring Ukraine to dig up dirt on his political rival, the president's personal lawyer has been in Ukraine unapologetically doing just that. He has not told me what he's found. But I think he wants to go before congress and say and also to the attorney general and to the justice I hear he's found plenty. Reporter: Two of Giuliani's associates are under indictment by the justice department for possible campaign finance violations. Both men have pled not guilty to the charges. This administration's level of obstruction is without precedent. Reporter: Meanwhile, the house judiciary committee is expected to get an update tomorrow from the intelligence committee on its findings. The Republicans are asking for a delay because the intelligence committee only transmitted its documents after speaker Nancy Pelosi made her announcement Friday that impeachment is moving forward. The facts are uncontested. The president abused his power for his own personal political benefit. Reporter: Republicans accuse the Democrats of rushing to judgment. Quote, it is impossible for judiciary members to sift through thousands and thousands of pages in any meaningful way in a matter of hours. Nothing came out of the conversation except good relationship with Ukraine. Reporter: One more important development to tell you about. Tomorrow the doj's inspect general is expected to file his report on the FBI's decision during the 2016 campaign to wiretap a trump foreign policy adviser. This makes good on the president's repeated calls to investigate the investigators during the Mueller probe. The administration's now hedging its bets with a separate report that is directly overseen by thehe attorney general. That's also expected out
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