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Trump to head fundraiser for Rudy Giuliani’s legal defense

Former President Donald Trump to Head $100,000-a-Course Dinner for Georgia Election Fraud co-defendant Rudy Giuliani next month, with the goal of raising money for the former mayor’s mounting legal bills.

An invite at the 77-year-old former president’s Sept. 7 event at the Bedminster, N.J., country club, notes the six-figure ticket price for a “roundtable with President Trump and Mayor Giuliani” which will be followed by a “dinner with the mayor of the United States”. .”

The event is organized by the Giuliani Defense Political Action Committee, according to CNBC.

The fundraiser is expected to be attended by at least a dozen guests and raise nearly $1 million, the outlet reported Wednesday.

Giuliani, 79, reportedly racked up nearly $3 million in legal fees related to criminal investigations, private lawsuits and legal disciplinary proceedings stemming from his efforts to keep Trump in office after his 2020 election loss to Joe Biden . according to the New York Times.

Giuliani is reportedly facing mounting legal bills and is at a “financial breaking point.”

The skyrocketing costs have pushed Giuliani to a “financial breaking point,” according to the outlet.

The former mayor’s son Andrew reportedly asked Trump to attend at least two fundraisers for Giuliani during a meeting in Bedminster earlier this month, a request the former president agreed to.

Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
The September fundraiser for Giuliani will be held at Trump’s New Jersey country club.

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Each guest must pay $100,000 to attend the fundraiser.

“It’s helpful that President Trump has agreed to headline two events, one on Sept. 7 in Bedminster and another this winter at Mar-a-Lago, where we’re getting a lot of interest from donors,” Andrew Giuliani told CNBC in a communicated

Trump’s political action committee, which has been covering the attorney fees of many of the former president’s allies, reportedly paid $340,000 of Giuliani’s legal bill, but has not sent any money since late May.

Giuliani was indicted on August 14 by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis on 13 counts, including violating Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), stemming from the his alleged efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia.

The former mayor and federal prosecutor he turned himself in to the authorities Wednesday in the Fulton County Jail and was released on $150,000 bond.

Willis has given the accused until noon on Friday to turn themselves in and asked to Test start date March 4 in the case.

The Trump camp and Giuliani did not immediately return requests for comment.


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