“After two impeachments, Giuliani vowed to continue to support Trump.”
January 14th local time, the New York Times reported on this topic that White House officials were generally angry with Trump’s personal lawyer and blamed him for both impeachments, but Zhu Liani remains one of the few people who are willing and eager to join Trump’s “splock”.
Trump still has great respect for Giuliani in public and private, despite complaining about his recent efforts in vain, the report said.
Don’t underestimate him,” Trump told the advisers as well.
Giuliani had previously encouraged a group of Trump supporters to participate in the “duel trial”, the report said.
While most lawyers are reluctant to defend Trump in the Senate’s second impeachment trial, advisers say Giuliani remains the most likely to be involved.
The report also said that despite President-elect Biden being confirmed as a winner of the election, Giuliani continued to promote the theory of “unproven” election results and “wrongly” blamed the violence on left-wing anarchists.
The New York Times believes that Trump is always surrounded by submissive men and women, but Giuliani occupies a unique position in his circle.
Few people can maintain such a lasting relationship with Trump, and few people are willing to say and do things that others do not want to do, few people will defend Trump, but paradoxically, few people do such a damage to his political legacy.
The report concludes with reference to the fact that today, Giuliani’s calls to Trump are sometimes blocked under the orders of White House officials.
Advisers revealed that Trump’s female marshal Kushner believes that Giuliani is partly responsible for the chaos currently plaguing the White House. However, Giuliani is still in the narrow circle of people around Trump.
After the congressional riots, Giuliani did not escape.
The Hill said that Giuliani was revoked his honorary degree by Middlebury College in Vermont on the 12th for alleged to incitement to congressional riots with Trump.
The Washington Post also said on the 14th that Trump is becoming more and more “self-pity, sullen and indignant” because he became the first president in American history to be impeached twice.
He also told people around him to stop paying Giuliani’s lawyer’s fees, but his assistant said he was not sure whether it was the president’s angry words, because he attacked almost everyone that day.