On Monday's edition of CNN's "The Situation Room," Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) discussed Rudy Giuliani's confession about his involvement in the ousting of Ukrainian Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.
"In an interview in New Yorker magazine, Rudy Guiliani, the president's personal attorney, made this admission about his attempt to push out the former Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch," said anchor Wolf Blitzer. "He says, 'I believe I needed Yovanovitch out of the way. She was going to make the investigations difficult for everybody.' How significant is that admission by Guiliani?"
"I think that's very significant, and what the evidence showed during the hearings," said Krishnamoorthi. "Rudy Guiliani and the president basically pushed Ambassador Yovanovitch out of the way in order to install Guiliani on Ukraine policy, along with the three amigos, Gordon Sondland, Rick Perry, and Kurt Volker, in favor of Donald Rrump's political ambitions. As I said before, that's a shadow foreign policy. That is not necessarily in the best interests of the country, but maybe in the best interests of Rudy Guiliani's clients and Donald Trump's political agenda. That's not the way our foreign policy should ever be run."