(CNN) A newly obtained document shows President Donald Trump signed a letter of intent to move forward with negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Russia, despite his attorney Rudy Giuliani claiming on Sunday the document was never signed.
CNN's Chris Cuomo obtained a copy of the signed letter of intent that set the stage for negotiations for Trump condominiums, a hotel and commercial property in the heart of Moscow.
The letter is dated October 28, 2015, and bears the President's signature.
When asked on Sunday about the letter, Giuliani incorrectly told CNN's Dana Bash that it had not been signed.
There was a letter of intent to go forward, but no one signed it," Giuliani told Bash.
The non-binding document is also signed by Andrey Rozov, owner of I.C.
Expert Investment Co., the Russian firm that would have been responsible for developing the property. »