• Trump attorney says he has got "more than you can imagine"
  • Trump wants Giuliani to share findings with DoJ, Republican legislators
  • Giuliani said he was working on a report

Back from Ukraine with "more than you can imagine," President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani visited the White House Friday after a House committee voted to advance articles of impeachment against Trump for pressing the East European country to act against Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

The House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee voted 23 to 17, along party lines, to advance charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The House, controlled by Democrats, is likely to approve the two charges next week. However, the Republican-controlled Senate could acquit Trump in a trial in January.

Giuliani was at the White House to brief the president over the recent Ukraine trip, according to the Associated Press. Trump told the former New York City mayor to explain what he found on his trip to both the Justice Department and Republican legislators.

Giuliani told AP that he was preparing a report but did not disclose what it would be on.

After Giuliani returned from Ukraine on Saturday, Trump asked him, “What did you get?" The attorney replied, “More than you can imagine,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

He’s also working on a documentary on Ukraine’s alleged role in interfering in the 2016 elections as well as the reasoning for the Eastern European country to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden, the Hill reported.

The allegations that Ukraine was involved in the 2016 elections have been repeatedly debunked.

Throughout impeachment hearings, witnesses claimed Giuliani conducted unofficial diplomacy that separated from official U.S. foreign policy.

In October, two of Giuliani’s business associates, Lev Parnas and Igor Furman, were arrested at Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C. on campaign finance charges. Both Parnas and Fruman were involved in Giuliani’s dealings in Ukraine.

The impeachment inquiry stemmed from allegations that Trump attempted to get the Ukrainian government to investigate the Bidens over alleged corruption while holding almost $400 million in military aid.

Though friends have told him to “lie low” and even avoid media appearances while investigations into Trump and Ukraine take place, Giuliani has said, the Wall Street Journal reported, that he is obligated to protect the president, his client.