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Updated January 2nd, 2024 at 15:44 IST

Trump’s ex lawyer pleas for money after filing for bankruptcy, ‘do me a big favour’

Trump’s former attorney asked people to subscribe to America's Mayor Confidential for $10 a month.

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Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump. | Image:AP
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Ex US President Donald Trump's former lawyer and former New York City mayor, Rudy Giuliani, has filed for bankruptcy and is making pleas for money online. Giuliani asked the Americans to pay for a monthly subscription to his podcast channel in an effort to raise some funds.

Giuliani heads the Common Sense podcast. Its affiliated America's Mayor livestream began on the new year on X, formerly Twitter. Trump’s former attorney asked people to subscribe to America's Mayor Confidential for $10 a month. Ironically the X account that he linked was suspended.

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"Do yourself and me a big favor and join our premier program America's Mayor Confidential so we become a close knit team for 2024. Go to @RudyWGiuliani on X and subscribe for $10 per month so we can be an army by mid-next year,” Giuliani wrote. ”Only for those who accept the responsibility to re-establish our constitutional rights and pass on to future generations an even greater America than we were given.”

Jury ordered Trump’s ex lawyer to pay $148mn in damages over conspiracy theories

Giuliani's podcast was created in January 2020 and his first episodes defended Trump against the calls for impeachment over obstruction of Congress. "Look at these charges. Neither one of the [sic] is a crime,” he told his audience as he made claims of electoral fraud. Recently, Giuliani slammed Maine Democratic Secretary of State Shenna Bellows for removing Trump from primary ballot in the upcoming 2024 elections. He accused the American government as ‘fascist.’ Giuliani, Trump and 17 others were indicted by the Fulton County, Georgia for overturning the 2020 election results in Georgia.

Last month, a jury ordered Trump’s former lawyer to pay $148 million in damages to two former Georgia election workers who sued Giuliani for defamation. They alleged that Donald Trump’s ex attorney was involved in spreading lies in 2020 leading to racist threats and harassment that upended their lives. Court ordered Giuliani to pay for the damages following emotional testimony from Wandrea “Shaye” Moss and her mother, Ruby Freeman, both of whom accused Trump’s ex lawyer of hurling false conspiracy theories as he attempted to keep the then US president Trump into power over alleged election fraud in 2020.

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Published January 2nd, 2024 at 13:27 IST

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