Come on down Rudy... You are the next contestant

This is going to be fun to watch…

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They’re not messin’ around.

I cannot wait! He will throw anyone and everyone under the bus if it makes him look like a hero in his mind. :rofl:

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Let’s see those text messages Rudy!

Here WE GO! ■■■■ just got REAL! HOLD ON TO YOUR VAGINA HATS!

This is it! This is the big one!

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Good luck with that. Attorney/Client Privilege.

Rudy has stated many times that he did this on his own. I trust this former federal prosecutor opinion more that I trust yours.

They don’t want Rudy.

Renato Mariotti has a pretty compelling argument when it comes to this…

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If he was working on behalf of his client and not committing a crime he can assert the privilege and it will be upheld.

What legal advice was Giuliani providing to Trump?

Doesn’t apply to criminal behavior

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If he was working on behalf of his client and not committing a crime he can assert the privilege and it will be upheld.

So he will have to admit he was working on behalf of Trump in a personal capacity, and not as a representative of the US Government. That makes Trump’s call with Zelensky all the more incriminating. Admission that it was done out of favor for Trump personally. Add that to the Articles of Impeachment.

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“I’m not acting as a lawyer. I’m acting as someone who has devoted most of his life to straightening out government,” he continued, sounding out of breath. “Anything I did should be praised.”

That comment is going to problematic…

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No it doesn’t, there’s nothing incriminating about the call at all whether Rudy is acting as his personal atty or not.

By all means hang your hat on it, i’m sure you’ve really got him this time.

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He said this weekend that he would not coooperate with Adam Schiff.

So there.

If he wasn’t acting as a lawyer, does attorney-client privilege exist?