Rudy Giuliani Demands $20,000 A Day To Fight Trump’s Election Court Battles

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been a key legal adviser to President Donald Trump in his lawsuits over his election defeat. Giuliani is reportedly requesting a salary of $20,000 per day to continue assisting Trump’s court efforts.

These challenges, mainly regarding unfounded claims of voter fraud and Trump’s assertion that President-elect Joe Biden and the Democratic Party “stole” the 2020 election from him, have been failing in court, and several of his lawyers have dropped out.

Giuliani remains, as he has for years, by Trump’s side. At $20,000 a day, the former mayor will exceed some of the most expensive lawyers in the country (who can make up to $15,000 a day), in terms of daily salary.

Giuliani rejected these reports, saying that Trump would work out a payment for him after the court challenges had ended, and that whoever came up with the claim that he asked such a high salary “is a liar, a complete liar.”


A week of political news in your in-box.
We find the news you need to know, so you don't have to.

While Trump has been faltering in his court challenges, with many filings lacking evidence, Giuliani has continued to encourage Trump to fight on in the courts.

In his opening statement in Pennsylvania, he repeatedly claimed “widespread nationwide voter fraud,” but later admitted that the case was not about “fraud.” The Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejected Trump’s case.

Giuliani’s history with Trump is a checkered one. Following the Mueller investigation, Giuliani continued to work for Trump by attempting to uncover more information on Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s son, and his involvement with Ukrainian company Burisma. The effort backfired and led to Trump’s impeachment.

Mia Graham

Recent Posts

Judge Finds Trump Organization Committed Massive Fraud, Orders Dissolution Of Company

On Tuesday, Judge Arthur Engoron ruled that Donald Trump and his company, the Trump Organization, committed…

15 hours ago

Vivek Ramaswamy Criticizes Trump For Making ‘False Promises’ On Repealing Obamacare

Vivek Ramaswamy, a GOP presidential candidate, criticized former President Donald Trump for not being able to "repeal…

2 days ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis Promises To End Funding For Covid-19 Vaccinations If He Is Elected To The White House

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Florida), a 2024 GOP presidential candidate, promised to cancel Covid-19 funding, if…

2 days ago

Fox News Host Greg Gutfield Condemned By White House For Anti-Semitic Comment

The White House condemned Fox News Host Greg Gutfeld for making antisemitic comments while on air.…

3 days ago

McCarthy Tries To Pass Defense Bill Again After Failing Three Times Last Week

Kevin McCarthy will try again this week to get Republicans to support a government funding bill…

3 days ago

Trump’s Jan. 6 Indictment Uses Obstruction Statute That’s Rarely Been Used – And Could Complicate Case

Former President Donald Trump was indicted for his alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential…

5 days ago