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Rudy Giuliani Still on the Hook as OAN Formally Settles Georgia Election Workers’ Defamation Case on ‘Fair and Reasonable’ Terms

A federal judge on Wednesday agreed to dismiss a lawsuit filed by two Georgia election workers against the company which owns the One America News (OAN) Network, several of the network’s executives, and correspondent Chanel Rion. The judge, however, agreed to keep the case alive against one defendant: Rudy Giuliani.
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Rudy Giuliani to headline fundraiser for suburban congressional hopeful

Former New York City mayor and Donald Trump ally Rudy Giuliani will visit Oak Brook later this month to headline a fundraiser for a Republican seeking Illinois' 6th Congressional District seat. Giuliani, a member of Trump's legal team and one of the more prominent promoters of unproven voter fraud allegations...
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Seth Meyers Has Declared Rudy Giuliani ‘The Weirdest Man In The History Of Politics’

Regardless of political affiliation, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who wouldn’t agree that Rudy Giuliani is a very odd man. But Seth Meyers has now thrown down the gauntlet and declared the former New York City mayor “the weirdest man in the history of politics” and, well, you’d probably have a difficult time finding anyone to dispute the claim, too.
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Rudy Giuliani says Eric Adams ‘hasn’t done a damn thing’ to solve crime

Rudy Giuliani slammed Mayor Eric Adams as a “failure” for attending social events instead of solving the city’s crime problems in his first detailed comments on the city’s new leader. “Adams hasn’t done a damn thing,” Giuliani told The Post in a recent interview. “So far, he’s the biggest failure of a new mayor in America. He’s the worst failure of any new first-year mayor in New York City in my lifetime.” Giuliani — who led former President Donald Trump’s unsuccessful attempt to overturn the 2020 election — said Adams should stay out of the spotlight until he gets more done. “I didn’t...
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Rudy Giuliani says Trump probably running in 2024

He’s running. Maybe. Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani says it’s more likely than not that Trump will seek the presidency again in 2024. “My instinct is he’s running,” Giuliani told The Post. “I have known him for a long time. I see what he’s doing and how he’s preparing and he sounds to me like a man who is excited about the possibility of running.” Giuliani, 77, was quick to say that Trump hasn’t explicitly told him his plans and he hasn’t asked, but said he was “much more confident than not.” Trump famously spent years teasing a presidential run before finally...
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Why Rudy Giuliani cancelled his interview with the Jan. 6 panel

Former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani was scheduled to testify to the January 6 Committee but backed out last-minute. Giuliani made a request that he knew would “blow up the deal,” says former prosecutor Charles Coleman. He joined NBC News Digital Justice reporter Ryan J. Reilly to discuss how the Committee will respond.May 8, 2022.
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Trump news – live: Rudy Giuliani backs out of Jan 6 committee interview

Former Trump laywer Rudy Giuliani, who played a leading role in the “stop the steal” effort to overturn the 2020 election in courts across the nation, has backed out of an interview with the 6 January committee at the last minute. The encounter was scheduled for today and had been agreed after months of negotiation, and apparently fell apart when Mr Giuliani insisted that he be allowed to record the meeting on video, a request which the committee refused.Meanwhile, a member of the Oath Keepers militia group has pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy in relation to the 6 January...
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Rudy Giuliani cancels scheduled appearance before Jan. 6 panel

WASHINGTON — Rudy Giuliani will no longer meet Friday with the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, his lawyer confirmed. The last-minute change, attorney Robert Costello said, came after the House committee denied a request to record the scheduled interview. Costello said he made the request in advance so there would be no allegation of covertly recording Giuliani's testimony.
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Rudy Giuliani pulls out of meeting with Capitol riot committee

The House Select Committee investigating 6 January has suggested that contempt proceedings could be a possible next step against former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. This comes after he indicated that he wouldn’t appear for an interview with the committee that was set to take place on Friday. “Mr Giuliani is an important witness to the conspiracy to overthrow the government and he remains under subpoena,” Tim Mulvey, a committee spokesperson, said in a statement according to Politico. “If he refuses to comply the committee will consider all enforcement options.”The former New York City Mayor and Southern District Attorney had...
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