Rudy Giuliani Throws Trump Under The Bus On The Big Lie

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Rudy Giuliani claimed that he was only subsequent orders when he represented Donald Trump in election fraud lawsuits.

Rudy Giuliani Now States He Trump Requested Him To Represent Him

Via Business Insider:

In a newly launched deposition transcript, Coomer’s lawyer, Charles Cain, requested Giuliani if he was ever paid to stand for the Trump campaign. Cain observed that Giuliani said in a sweaty, conspiracy-idea-loaded November 19 press conference that he was symbolizing both of those Trump individually and the Trump marketing campaign.

Giuliani replied that he was not compensated to depict the marketing campaign and had only been reimbursed for his fees, according to the transcript. Cain then questioned Giuliani why he would stand for the Trump marketing campaign without having payment.

“The president — the president requested me to do it,” Giuliani replied.

Giuliani Is Striving To Blame The Major Lie On Trump

Rudy Giuliani is previously broke and under federal legal investigation, but it appears that he is hoping to get out of any legal liability for the Major Lie by blaming it all on Donald Trump.

By suggesting that he was not paid, Giuliani could also be attempting to make the argument that he genuinely was not Donald Trump’s attorney.

The Trump administration was not the navy. Rudy Giuliani was a private citizen. If Trump “ordered” him to act as his lawyer, Giuliani could have advised him to kick sand.

The Trumpers are turning on each and every other. Donald Trump has hung Rudy Guiliani out to dry, and Trump’s former attorney is making an attempt to escape a much more than $2 billion lawsuit by blaming the previous president.

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