What in the WORLD is going on?!
Recently, Rudy Giuliani resigned as President Trump’s personal attorney, then things took an interesting turn.
Giuliani recently announced that he was leaving Trump’s legal defense team he told The Washington Examiner.
Giuliani told the Washington Examiner he’s working on legal issues on Trump’s behalf before the U.S. attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York and the New York attorney general’s office, where prosecutors are reviewing evidence generated by Mueller.
As with the Mueller probe, Giuliani believes there would be a point where it becomes clear that non-congressional legal fallout is over.
When that happens, he intends to end his representation of Trump, saying he would “probably not” remain his personal attorney. If asked by Trump to continue, however, he said it’s possible he would remain. “Depends on if I’m needed,” he said.
But then the former Mayor got on Twitter and explained that he is not leaving the president’s defense team until the president decides he does not need him.
“I have no plan to cease personal representation of @RealDonaldTrump,” he tweeted.
“I was brought on to handle the Mueller investigation and I am still dealing with the possible crimes committed by the investigators. I’m here until Pres. doesn’t need me or needs something else,” he stated.
I have no plan to cease personal representation of @realDonaldTrump. I was brought on to handle the Mueller investigation and I am still dealing with the possible crimes committed by the investigators. I’m here until Pres. doesn’t need me or needs something else.
— Rudy Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) June 6, 2019
Giuliani didn’t expand on why there are conflicting messages about his representation of the POTUS, but he’s here to stay.
Loyalty is a rare commodity today thank you for your service to the POTUS. https://t.co/nj5TO4qAXk
— Jerry McCoy (@JerryMc81426386) June 7, 2019