Former Rep. Pete Sessions is cooperating with a New York investigation about his dealings with Rudy Giuliani and his associates and who allegedly tried to help launch a corruption probe of Joe Biden in Ukraine, his spokesman said Tuesday.
"Mr. Sessions is cooperating with the U.S. Attorney from the Southern District of New York and will be providing documents to their office related to this matter over the next couple of weeks as requested,” said Sessions spokesman Matt Mackowiak.
The Wall Street Journal first reported the subpoena. In addition to Giuliani’s business dealings with Ukraine and his involvement in efforts to oust the U.S. ambassador in Kyiv, the subpoena seeks information any interactions between Sessions, Giuliani and four of Giuliani’s associates who were indicted last week on campaign-finance and conspiracy accounts, the Journal reported.