WATCH: Rudy Giuliani Has Been Reduced To Hawking MyPillow Products

Rudy Giuliani was once the Mayor of New York City. Then, he served as personal attorney to the President of the United States. Now? He’s taking breaks on his podcast to advertise Mike Lindell’s MyPillow products.

CLEVELAND, OH – JULY 18: Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani delivers a speech on the first day of the Republican National Convention on July 18, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. An estimated 50,000 people are expected in Cleveland, including hundreds of protesters and members of the media. (Photo by Brooks Kraft/Getty Images)

Check out this recent advertisement in which Giuliani says that he only recently discovered that Mike Lindell, who has been pushing his brand while he fights to overturn the 2020 election, is selling other products, too.

Giuliani, according to the New York Times, has been said to have expected as much as $20k per day for legal work for Donald Trump, but hasn’t been paid. The former mayor denies the amount, but admits that he had expected to get paid, eventually, for his time, saying that Trump had assured him he’d be compensated “at the end” of the legal battles.

Acording to CNN, Trump is said to have blamed Giuliani (among others) when his second impeachment hit, and ordered campaign staff not to pay the attorney for his services.

Michael Cohen, Trump’s previous personal lawyer, has been forced to file a lawsuit in an attempt to be paid for his work, and he predicts that Giuliani won’t be paid either, unless he does the same.

Giuliani’s podcast, titled Common Sense, revolves around pro-Trump conspiracy theories and politics, and he’s used it to promote unfounded stories about President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. Now it seems it’s also a vehicle for promoting the MyPillow brand of his fellow election conspiracy theorist and Dominion lawsuit defendant.

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