President Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani gave his documents to the White House, which were then passed to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Those documents, which contain unproven allegations about the investigation, the Bidens and other Ukraine matters, were part of the packet of pages provided to Congress by the State Department inspector general in today’s briefing.
Pompeo gave the documents to a subordinate who provided them to the legal counsel at State, the source said. The documents were ultimately given to the inspector general.
Some background: Earlier tonight, Giuliani told CNN about how in late March he “routed” what he called an “outline” of allegations against the Biden as well the US ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, to the office of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Giuliani said he also sent details of his interviews from earlier in the year with the incumbent and former top prosecutors in Ukraine, who helped provide him with the information in his outline.