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Rudy Giuliani’s Georgia grand jury testimony pushed to Aug. 17

A Georgia judge Tuesday granted Rudy Giuliani’s request to delay his testimony before an Atlanta-area grand jury investigating interference in the 2020 presidential election, setting a tentative date of Aug. 17, if his health allows.

The personal attorney for former President Donald Trump had been scheduled to appear Tuesday before a special Fulton County grand jury, but Giuliani’s lawyers said his doctors had not cleared him for air travel following a recent heart procedure.

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Prosecutors had opposed the postponement, telling Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney that they would pay his bus or train fare to Atlanta, if the former New York mayor was indeed unable to fly.

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