Rudy Giuliani: Where Is Trump’s Former Attorney Today?

According to the Times, the order to bilk Giuliani came right from the top: Mr. Trump later told his advisers he did not want Mr. Giuliani to receive any payment, according to people close to the former president with direct knowledge of the discussions. Before Mr. Trump left the White House in January, he agreed to reimburse Mr. Giuliani for more than $200,000 in expenses but not to pay a fee. Some of Mr. Giuliani’s supporters have blamed Mr. Trump’s aides — and not the former president — for the standoff. However, people close to Mr. Trump said he has stridently refused to pay Mr. Giuliani. Trump’s former fixer Michael Cohen, who was sentenced to three years in federal prison in 2018 for crimes related to his work with the former president, noted that he habitually stiffs attorneys. “Donald Trump wouldn’t pay [Giuliani] two cents,” Cohen told MSNBC. “His feeling is, it is an honor and a privilege to go to prison for him, to do his dirty work.” Thus, Giuliani has been forced to fend for himself — and it seems his efforts have been largely unsuccessful. A “Rudy Giuliani Legal Defense Fund” launched in June with the goal of raising $5 million in two months, but the

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