There’s no denying that Rudy Giuliani is one of, if not the most pathetic Trump simp on the face of the earth. But if you somehow weren’t convinced before, this should do it.
According to newly released court documents, not only did Collude-y Rudy work diligently and tirelessly on disgraced ex-President Donald Trump’s numerous, baseless election fraud lawsuits, he did it all for free because Trump “ordered me to do it.”
A new report from Business Insider reveals that during a deposition, Giuliani told Dominion Voting Systems attorney Charles Cain that the only payment he received from the now former President in connection to the multiple election lawsuits he assisted in was reimbursement for the expenses he accrued related to filing the numerous lawsuits — but he ultimately wasn’t paid a dime for his work on the cases.
The election fraud lawsuits resulted in a defamation suit from Dominion Voting Systems against Giuliani as well as Kraken lawyer Sidney Powell. The election lawsuits, driven by ex-president Trump and his baseless conspiracy theories, were instantly met with criticism and condemnation and ultimately resulted in a suspension of Rudy’s law license in the state of New York.
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The court order that suspended Rudy’s license to practice law in New York read, “We conclude that there is uncontroverted evidence that respondent communicated demonstrably false and misleading statements to courts, lawmakers and the public at large in his capacity as lawyer for former President Donald J. Trump and the Trump campaign in connection with Trump’s failed effort at reelection in 2020.”
Recently, the New York Times reported that a Giuliani associate penned an email to the Trump campaign seeking $20,000 per day that Rudy worked on the baseless, ultimately career-ruining cases.
“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,” the Times report revealed. “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.”
Dominion attorney Cain pressed Rudy as to why he did so much work on Trump’s lawsuits but was never paid for his services — to which Rudy simply responded, “The president — the president ordered me to do it.”
Was it worth it, Rudy?
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