Trump and Rudy Giuliani have discussed a possible pardon, the NYT report said


President Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s chief attorney, has tried to overthrow the election results with the resigning commander-in-chief through random lawsuits, he says. The New York Times. Giuliani has not yet been convicted or prosecuted for a crime, but was under investigation last summer for his business dealings in Ukraine as part of a scandal leading to Trump’s indictment. Times. “He’s not worried about this investigation because he didn’t do anything wrong, and that was our position from day one,” said Robert Costello, Giuliani’s attorney at Times. Last week, Trump pardoned Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, a former national security adviser who had been convicted of lying to the FBI as part of an investigation into Robert Mueller’s Trump campaign on Russian relations. Giuliani denied the report, later tweeting, according to the New York Daily News, stating that he “never continued the debate that was falsely attributed to an anonymous source”.

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