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Report: Giuliani to Take “Less Confrontational Stance” With 1/6 Committee, Could Be Key Witness

Report: Giuliani to Take “Less Confrontational Stance” With 1/6 Committee, Could Be Key Witness

Rudy Giuliani was quite aggressive in his attempts to overturn the election for Donald Trump. The humiliating tour included a press conference in front of a pornography store and strange witnesses. So it was no surprise that the January 6th committee would like to speak with the former New York City Mayor.

WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES – NOV 19: Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, lawyer for U.S. President Donald Trump, speaks during a news conference about lawsuits contesting the results of the presidential election at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020. (Photo by Sarah Silbiger for The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Like Steve Bannon and Mark Meadows, some people from Trump-World have forced the committee to take drastic measures against them. According to a new report from the New York Times, Giuliani will be much more cooperative.

Alan Feuer, Maggie Haberman, Michael Schmidt, and Luke Broadwater write, “But Mr. Giuliani, through his lawyer, has signaled to the committee that he plans to take a less confrontational stance toward its requests than some other members of Mr. Trump’s inner circle who are fighting the committee’s subpoenas or have otherwise refused to cooperate.”

The report continues, “Should Mr. Giuliani ultimately provide the committee with substantive cooperation, it would be a major breakthrough for the investigation and a breach in the relationship between Mr. Trump and one of his closest if most problematic advisers.”

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Times have been tough for Giuliani lately. The FBI recently raided his apartment. He is also having money troubles as Trump has refused to pay him for his work.


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