Rudy Giuliani Rejects Reports He Sought $20K Per Day For Legal Services To Trump Campaign
President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani is denying new reports that he sought a lucrative $20,000 per day deal for his legal services from the president’s campaign for his help with election lawsuits.
“I never asked for $20,000,” the former New York mayor told reporters with the New York Times. “The arrangement is, we’ll work it out at the end.”
The former New York City mayor added that whoever made the claim that he requested $20,000 per day for services “is a liar, a complete liar.”
Giuliani has helped spearhead efforts to challenge election results in multiple states that declared Joe Biden the victor of the Nov. 3 election. The campaign has had little success in overturning any results in his favor.
The Trump campaign set up a legal defense fund that is reportedly raising significant amounts of money to help its efforts in key swing states, such as Pennsylvania and Georgia, which is currently undergoing a recount by hand.
President Trump’s campaign filed for a recount in the state of Wisconsin on Wednesday. The president is believed to have lost the state by 20,000 votes.
The president is fighting a battle to ensure this election was fair and free, regardless of the outcome. It’s a worthy cause we all as Americans, regardless of political party, should be supporting.