- President Donald Trump told aides not to pay Rudy Giuliani because he was unhappy with him, The Washington Post reported and The New York Times confirmed.
- Trump feels the allies are not standing up for him as Congress moves on to impeach him a second time.
- He also felt unprotected after he incited a mob that raided and raided the Parliament building, killing five.
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Now President Donald Trump is unhappy with personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and has ordered aides not to pay him legal fees, the Washington Post reported and The New York Times confirmed.
Trump was indicted for the second time on Wednesday. The House of Representatives brought an article on the prosecution. “Incite incite”;; It was approved 232-205 with ten Republicans voting against the president. The allegations are for Trump’s role in inciting a coup at the US Capitol last week that killed five people now go to the Senate for trial.
According to The Post and The Times, Trump is more isolated – cutting some aides while others leave the White House empty in the last week of the Trump administration.
Giuliani was one of the closest people who had a bad relationship with the President.
The New York Times reported that White House officials started blocking Giuliani’s calls to Trump, and, according to the post, Trump told aides not to pay him.
Trump was “displeased” by some of Giuliani’s actions, including asking $ 20,000 for work to combat election results, The Times reported (fees Giuliani denied). Personal approval of any reimbursement to Giuliani for the trip while disputing the election results, The Post reported.
Giuliani encouraged Trump to believe in unfounded conspiracy theories about election corruption that don’t exist. Trump and his Republican allies have failed to win dozens of cases they fought in court trying to overturn the outcome of the election.
Giuliani was also criticized for his remarks during the “Save America” rally that took place before the blockade of City Hall.
Lawyers have called for But later claimed he was only referring to “Game of Thrones” and did not call for violence.
Several people, including a former U.S. attorney general who worked with him, said they were disappointed by his comments.
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A chief executive told The Post that it was not only Giuliani that Trump was unhappy with. But also Vice President Mike Pence, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, senior adviser, and Jared Kushner, son-in-law, economic advisor Larry Kudlow, National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien and Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, who he believed did not protect him after the latest incident.
“The president has a lot of wounds,” a senior executive told The Post. “Nobody was outside.”