They had a good, long run, didn’t they? Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani were both New Yorkers, through and through, however, and we maybe always knew that they would wind up being too big to fit under the same tent forever.
Giuliani had one of the least rewarding gigs in the entire Trump orbit over the course of the last few years, parading around the country, attempting to prove to somebody, anybody, that the 2020 election was stolen from the incumbent President.
Rudy and his legal team were ceaselessly shooed away and shamed for their attempts, and his inability to draw a result had him at odds with Trump.
Now it appears as though the two are simply kaput.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is no longer a lawyer for former President Donald Trump, an aide confirmed Tuesday.take our poll - story continues below
Spokesman Jason Miller told the Daily Mail that Giuliani was no longer representing Trump in legal matters.
Miller spun it amicably, of course.
“The mayor remains an ally and a friend,” he added, adding that there was “no split or divorce or anything of the sort.”
Both Rudy and The Don have taken strange paths out of The Big Apple, and both men appear to be reaching a crossroads at the same moment. Where this relationship goes from here in anyone’s guess.
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