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Two Giuliani associates involved in Trump-Ukraine controversy arrested on campaign finance charges

azcentral.com Thursday, 10 October 2019
Business partners Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman helped Rudy Giuliani meet a Ukrainian prosecutor as Trump's lawyer sought an investigation into Joe Biden.
 
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News video: Associates Of Rudy Giuliani Arrested On Campaign Finance Charges

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Two businessmen linked to Rudy Giuliani's investigation of Joe Biden were arrested Wednesday on charges they violated campaign finance laws.

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