Analysts say an indictment is likely as prosecutors focus on Giuliani’s work for Trump and himself in Ukraine
The poignancy of Giuliani’s downfall from national hero and presidential candidate to the subject of multiple
The net tightened again last week when it emerged a grand jury had issued a broad subpoena for documents relating to Giuliani’s international consulting business as
Giuliani has denied wrongdoing and scoffed at the notion he is in any legal jeopardy – particularly from federal prosecutors in the southern district of New York, an office
But in no version of events does Giuliani appear not to be in big trouble.
Prosecutors are investigating whether Giuliani offered the oligarchs help with their problems with the US justice department in exchange for help with his project to harm
Congress is also after Giuliani, who came in for sharp public criticism in the impeachment hearings earlier this month, when Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch described a
“I do not understand Mr Giuliani’s motives for attacking me,” Yovanovitch testified. “What I can say is that Mr
“I’m also going to bring out a pay-for-play scheme in the
He even threatened to start an impeachment podcast.But what matters most for Giuliani right now is his long friendship with Trump, his most powerful protector, which
Analysts watching Giuliani’s case expect that an indictment could be handed down at any moment, raising the prospect of America’s Mayor in handcuffs.