According to reports, Donald Trump and his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani were in trouble and refused to pay the former New York mayor’s law bill. The president felt that in the last few days of his term Abandoned and depressed.
Giuliani played a key role in Trump’s failed attempt to overturn the results of the November presidential election through the courts. Lawyers presented many false legal challenges, traveled to the swing state won by Joe Biden, and spread false claims to manipulate votes.
According to the “Washington Post”
Ken Frydman, who served as Giuliani’s press secretary in the 1990s, commented on the report: “Let go of the dog. You can wake up with fleas for only $20,000 a day.”
Aides hinted that the apparent conflict with Giuliani (one of Trump’s most loyal and loyal supporters) exacerbated the president’s sense of isolation and betrayal.
According to reports, after the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol by his supporters in a riot last week, Trump was dissatisfied with the failure of his inner members to defend him. After the House voted to impeach Trump for the second time on Wednesday, many people remained silent.
According to reports, those who failed to step up their efforts included Trump’s press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, his female and advisor Jared Kushner and his chief of staff Mark Meadows (Mark Meadows), they are obsessed with Trump’s belief in election manipulation.
A senior government official told The Post: “The president is injured.” “No one is there.”
Trump’s refusal to pay Giuliani’s bills is another blow to former federal prosecutors. Giuliani has come under fire for allegedly inciting Trump supporters to break into the Capitol.
Giuliani said at Trump’s “Save America” rally in Washington last week: “I am willing to defend my reputation, and the President is willing to defend my reputation because we will find crime there.” He made it clear. Pointed out: “Let us conduct the trial through battle.”
Michael Sherwin, an American lawyer in Washington, DC, is investigating the riots. He said he was looking for many participants. These include those who instigated the Capitol invasion, a category that may suggest Trump and Giuliani.
Former colleagues of Giuliani as a federal prosecutor in Manhattan directly blamed it on the chaos after the rally. They wrote: “It was shocking and frustrating to see one of our former colleagues engaging in this behavior.” In New York, he also faces an appeal.
In the past week, Trump has suffered a series of devastating reversals. Cabinet members resigned, the company’s contact with the Trump Organization was interrupted, and the American Professional Golfers Association cancelled the agreement to hold the championship at Trump’s New Jersey Stadium next year. His long-term bank Deutsche Bank has stated that it no longer wants him to be a customer.
According to reports, Trump is more isolated than ever. According to the Post, the White House is sparsely staffed, and people who work there deliberately avoid the Oval Office.
The rift with the president may frustrate Giriani’s lingering hopes of a presidential pardon. Last year, Giuliani held discussions with Trump to accept an amnesty for the president in Ukraine. Two accomplices of Giuliani, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, have been filed criminal charges of illegal campaign donations. The three tried to dig dirt on Biden and his son Hunter.
Other reports by Martin Pengelly