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Giuliani biographer explains how dire things are for Trump’s former lawyer

Andrew Kirtzman, author of two books about Donald Trump’s former lawyer Rudy Giuliani, revealed Tuesday the “extraordinary story” that left the former New York mayor “penniless” and “at risk of prison.”

Giuliani’s “catastrophic fall” is “just one of the great rises and falls of our generation,” Kirtzman told CNN’s Kaitlan Collins in a video shared online by Mediaite.

“I mean, Giuliani was once worth $100 million. His Giuliani Partners was founded just after 9/11 to capitalize on his 9/11 fame. The place made $100 million over five years,” Kirtzman noted.

But Giuliani “wasted it,” Kirtzman said, recalling his multiple divorces and an ex-wife’s claim that they spent $250,000 a month on “having fun.” “I mean, he lived very well and now he’s broke and facing prison. It’s an extraordinary story.

Kirtzman’s comments come as Giuliani was sued this week by his former lawyers. Robert Costello, a partner at Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, claimed in a lawsuit that Giuliani owes nearly $1.4 million in unpaid legal fees.

Earlier this month, Trump hosted a $100,000-a-plate fundraiser for Giuliani at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. Giuliani also sells videos on the Cameo platform and his Manhattan apartment is up for sale.

Giuliani was indicted alongside Trump in a wide-ranging racketeering case in Georgia linked to attempts to overturn the state’s 2020 election result.

Kirtzman suggested, Giuliani just has this deep attraction to danger and, you know, he has no one to blame but himself.

“All the problems he’s facing right now are the result of his personal recklessness,” he said, asserting that the entire legal issues he’s currently facing are “all in the service” of Trump.

“I think if, you know, one day Giuliani finds himself in a prison cell, he’ll really have to ask himself if this was all worth it,” he added.


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