And the fun never stops for the Trump campaign. Apparently, Giulliani was promised allegedly 20,000 dollars a day to represent President Donald Trump, as his personal lawyer, when Trump was demanding investigations into voter fraud late last year and early this year. Apparently, Trump is now stiffing Giuliani on the bill, and won't take any of his calls. Wow, this is starting to sound like a Jerry Springer honestly. Seriously, Jerry we need to help fix this problem! Quick!!! All jokes aside, this doesn't sound good for Trump, as CNN says that Trump might be mad at his lawyer because of the fact that he was the first president in US history to be impeached twice.
Anyways, what are your thoughts on this?
https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/13/politics … index.html
Giuliani should not take it personally. Trump will do what is best for the country.
I guess he (Trump) just can't give up. I would leave the country as soon as the impeachment trial is over, and give up politics.
Just sail away and let America reap its karma.
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