ATLANTA — Channel 2 Action News has learned that Rudy Giuliani, attorney to former President Donald Trump, has been notified that he is considered to be a target in the election interference investigation in the 2020 presidential election.
Sources familiar with the matter confirmed to ABC News that Giuliani’s attorneys received a call Monday informing them of the situation.
To be a target of an investigation means that either law enforcement or prosecutors are looking to bring possible criminal charges against someone.
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Giuliani has been fighting a subpoena to testify in front of a Fulton County special grand jury. A judge ruled last week that he must appear before the grand jury in person.
The special grand jury appears to want to hear more about Giuliani’s December 2020 testimony before a Georgia State Senate subcommittee, in which he made several claims of voter fraud.
Giuliani has been ordered to testify in front of the grand jury on Wednesday.
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