Giuliani Told to Come to Georgia by Train, Bus or Uber

ATLANTA — Rudolph W. Giuliani, the legal counselor for previous President Donald J.

Trump and a focal consider in the examination along with political race obstruction in Georgia,

has been let investigators know that he can't make a trip to the state to show up before an extraordinary terrific jury since he isn't sufficiently solid to fly.

In any case, on Tuesday, an appointed authority in Fulton County, Ga., said that Mr. Giuliani,

who had two coronary heart stents embedded toward the beginning of July, could venture out from New York to Atlanta another way,

and likely arranged him to appear at convey face to face declaration on Aug. 17.

"Mr. Giuliani isn't cleared for air travel, A-I-R," Judge Robert C.I. McBurney of Fulton County Superior Court said.

"John Madden drove all around the country in his large transport, from one arena to another.