Ryan E.
August 20, 2023

Giuliani Sought Financial Lifeline From Trump

Uh-oh, is there trouble between two of the most prominent Republicans America has ever seen?

For a while there, it appeared as though Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani were inseparable, bound at the hip by a shared desire to correct the results of the 2020 election.

They don't appear to be that good of friends anymore.

Apparently, Giuliani isn't doing so hot financially, so he's trying to collect money from anywhere he can get it.

One of the things that Rudy is trying to do to cover his bills is collecting payment from former clients who never paid him what he was owed.

At the top of the list?

The New York Times says it's Donald Trump.

According to, the Times is reporting that "Rudy Giuliani is running out of money and looking to collect from a longtime client who has yet to pay: former President Donald Trump."

Apparently, Giuliani assigned his lawyer to the problem initially. Rudy's lawyer pressed anyone in Trump's circle who would listen for the money that Rudy is apparently owed, but unsurprisingly made zero progress.

Reports indicate that Giuliani then went straight to Trump himself, asking for money from Trump "over a two-hour dinner in April at his Mar-a-Lago estate and in a private meeting at his golf club in West Palm Beach."

It doesn't appear as if Rudy was any more successful than his lawyer was.

What do you think about this story?

Do you think that Trump probably should pay for whatever Giuliani needs? Or do you think that Rudy's financial situation is his own fault and Trump doesn't owe him anything?

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