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Giuliani says Trump signed 'bullshit' letter of intent to build Moscow tower – live updates pred 3 urami in 2 minutama Speaker Paul Ryan to deliver farewell speech to CongressCongress has two days to pass spending bills and avert shutdown• Protect independent, fact-based journalism with a year-end contribution and help us reach our $1m goal. 1.31pm GMT Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani said that the president signed a “bullshit” letter of intent to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during the 2016 presidential campaign.Giuliani made the comments to the New York Daily News - just days after saying on CNN that Trump did not sign the letter. 1.31pm GMT Outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan is set to deliver a farewell speech Wednesday at the Library of Congress.Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, announced earlier this year that he would not run for re-election. Democrats are set to take control of the House next month. Continue reading...(The Guardian)
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