But, the president said, "I hear he found plenty".
Trump said Giuliani, a central figure in the impeachment investigation into whether Trump pressured Ukraine into a politically motivated investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden, hadn't briefed him on his findings.
"Well Rudy is one of the President's personal attorneys, and I think that was particularly true during the Mueller investigation since that was an executive branch Department of Justice investigation - that is long gone", Conway said.
"He has a lot of good information", Trump said.
Schiff said that his committee would be presenting evidence on Monday supporting possible articles of impeachment surrounding Trump's dealings with Ukraine in addition to alleged obstruction of Congress. "I have not spoken to him about that information yet".
"I think he wants to go before Congress. and also to the attorney general and to the Department of Justice", Trump said.
Mr. Giuliani told OAN that Mr. Trump "is asking for this".
Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and current lawyer for President Donald Trump, attends the game between the New York Yankees and the Houston Astros at Yankee Stadium on May 28, 2018.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., told "This Week" that Giuliani's actions are "an ongoing threat to the national security".
Multiple administration officials testified during the impeachment proceedings that they were anxious Giuliani was pursuing politically motivated conspiracy theories and conducting a shadow foreign policy on behalf of Trump and at the expense of US interests.
On Sunday, the Post reported on other foreign efforts by Giuliani, including an attempt to replace the ambassador to Qatar and an agreement to find a way to negotiate a back channel communication between Trump and Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. "I think he was acting on concern about Ukraine being the third most corrupt country in the world".
"But he is the president's personal attorney", Meadows added.
Responding to the story, the president's lawyer tweeted: "NYT #FAKENEWS: I did NOT pursue a business opportunity in Ukraine, as they misrepresented".