WASHINGTON - Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are welcoming an invitation by the panel's Republican chairman for President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, to testify about corruption in Ukraine.
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the panel's senior Democrat, said she wants to question Giuliani under oath about his role in seeking the Ukrainian government's assistance to investigate one of the president's political rivals.
She said Democrats "have plenty of questions for Mr. Giuliani and this would give us an opportunity to help separate fact from fiction for the American people."
Fellow California Sen. Kamala Harris, a committee member and presidential candidate, tweeted to Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham: "Good. I have questions."
Graham, a Trump ally, said he wants testimony about the firing of a former Ukrainian prosecutor widely seen as corrupt.