Giuliani Won't Be On Legal Team For President Trump's Impeachment
He says he's considered a witness because he spoke at the Jan. 6 rally.
President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani says he won't be part of the president's impeachment team.
Giuliani told ABC News because he gave a speech at the rally the day of the riot at the Capitol, he's considered a witness, making him unable to participate in the proceedings.
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