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Trump organizes a $100,000 per person Bedminster benefit to assist Giuliani with his legal expenses

By 09/08/2023 10:41 AMNo CommentsBy YidInfo Staff


At his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club on Thursday night, former President Donald Trump hosted a $100,000 per plate fundraiser for disgraced former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is currently having trouble paying his mounting legal bills.

Giuliani, a longtime Trump supporter who also served as his attorney, is currently dealing with a flurry of legal fees, fines, sanctions, and damages because of his assistance in the president-elect’s attempts to rig the 2020 election and other cases.

He was charged last month in Georgia along with Trump and 17 others for what Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis called a broad conspiracy to thwart the will of the people after Trump lost the 2020 election to Biden.

The event is anticipated to raise more than $1 million for Giuliani, according to his son Andrew, who also revealed that Trump has agreed to host a second event at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida later in the fall or early in the winter.

He said on WABC radio, “So that will be very helpful.” But even so, he continued, “It won’t be enough to get through this.

To raise money for his father, he established the Giuliani Defense PAC committee. Additionally, allies have been requesting donations for a fund they have dubbed the Rudy Giuliani Freedom Fund.

On CNN on Thursday night, Brian Tevis, who is Giuliani’s attorney in Georgia, stated that he believed the former mayor was attempting to raise “as much as possible,” adding, “And I think that they’re going to need it.”

A federal judge in a defamation case brought by two Georgia election workers who claim they were falsely accused of fraud found Giuliani liable last month.

In addition to the tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees he’s already been ordered to pay, a trial could lead to Giuliani being ordered to pay significant damages to the women.

He has sold election fraud Mike Lindell sandals and autographed 9/11 shirts to raise money.

Additionally, he signed up for Cameo, a platform where famous people record short videos for pay. He listed his Manhattan residence for $6.5 million in July.

As part of a dispute over money owed to his third ex-wife, a judge threatened Giuliani with jail time last year.

She claimed that the debt, which Giuliani said amounted to more than $260,000, was being paid in full.

A woman who claimed to work for Giuliani filed a lawsuit against him in May, saying she was owed nearly $2 million in unpaid wages and that he had forced her into sex. Giuliani refuted the charges.

His attorneys have frequently mentioned his financial issues in court documents.


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