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Rudy Giuliani not registered as a foreign agent while defending Donald Trump. Is that illegal?

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Giuliani works for foreign clients while serving as Trump’s attorney

Rudolph W. Giuliani continues to work on behalf of foreign clients both personally and through his namesake security firm while serving as President Trump’s personal attorney — an arrangement experts say raises conflict of interest concerns and could run afoul of federal ethics laws.

Lobbying experts said some of Giuliani’s work for overseas clients is likely to require registration under the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA), which mandates disclosure to the Justice Department of attempts “to influence U.S. public opinion, policy, and laws” on behalf of foreign entities or individuals. Although violations are punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine, the Justice Department has prosecuted only a handful of cases in recent decades.

Two White House spokespeople declined to comment on Giuliani or whether his work for foreign entities posed any conflict of interests for the president.
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Countries Rudy is representing:

Brazil
Colombia
Russia-friendly political party at Kharkiv, Ukraine
Mujahideen-e-Khalq, or MEK, an Iranian group listed as a terrorists by the State Department in 2012, Giuliani said he has regularly received payments from MEK over the past 10 years; he declined to disclose his fees.

Rudy should be careful. He might find himself caught up in the Mueller investigation. And NOT as a defender, but someone who needs a defense.
 

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Oh man, the desperation of the left is hilarious.

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LOL

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Giuliani works for foreign clients while serving as Trump’s attorney

Rudolph W. Giuliani continues to work on behalf of foreign clients both personally and through his namesake security firm while serving as President Trump’s personal attorney — an arrangement experts say raises conflict of interest concerns and could run afoul of federal ethics laws.

Lobbying experts said some of Giuliani’s work for overseas clients is likely to require registration under the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA), which mandates disclosure to the Justice Department of attempts “to influence U.S. public opinion, policy, and laws” on behalf of foreign entities or individuals. Although violations are punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine, the Justice Department has prosecuted only a handful of cases in recent decades.

Two White House spokespeople declined to comment on Giuliani or whether his work for foreign entities posed any conflict of interests for the president.
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Countries Rudy is representing:

Brazil
Colombia
Russia-friendly political party at Kharkiv, Ukraine
Mujahideen-e-Khalq, or MEK, an Iranian group listed as a terrorists by the State Department in 2012, Giuliani said he has regularly received payments from MEK over the past 10 years; he declined to disclose his fees.

Rudy should be careful. He might find himself caught up in the Mueller investigation. And NOT as a defender, but someone who needs a defense.


Having been a federal prosecutor, I'd say Rudy knows what the boundaries are better than left wing fake news media hacks. Remind us again, how many articles the compost has had to retract?


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Giuliani works for foreign clients while serving as Trump’s attorney

Rudolph W. Giuliani continues to work on behalf of foreign clients both personally and through his namesake security firm while serving as President Trump’s personal attorney — an arrangement experts say raises conflict of interest concerns and could run afoul of federal ethics laws.

Lobbying experts said some of Giuliani’s work for overseas clients is likely to require registration under the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA), which mandates disclosure to the Justice Department of attempts “to influence U.S. public opinion, policy, and laws” on behalf of foreign entities or individuals. Although violations are punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine, the Justice Department has prosecuted only a handful of cases in recent decades.

Two White House spokespeople declined to comment on Giuliani or whether his work for foreign entities posed any conflict of interests for the president.
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Countries Rudy is representing:

Brazil
Colombia
Russia-friendly political party at Kharkiv, Ukraine
Mujahideen-e-Khalq, or MEK, an Iranian group listed as a terrorists by the State Department in 2012, Giuliani said he has regularly received payments from MEK over the past 10 years; he declined to disclose his fees.

Rudy should be careful. He might find himself caught up in the Mueller investigation. And NOT as a defender, but someone who needs a defense.
They don't care if it's illegal...that "shoot someone in broad daylight on 5th Ave" crowd.
 
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Giuliani works for foreign clients while serving as Trump’s attorney

Rudolph W. Giuliani continues to work on behalf of foreign clients both personally and through his namesake security firm while serving as President Trump’s personal attorney — an arrangement experts say raises conflict of interest concerns and could run afoul of federal ethics laws.

Lobbying experts said some of Giuliani’s work for overseas clients is likely to require registration under the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA), which mandates disclosure to the Justice Department of attempts “to influence U.S. public opinion, policy, and laws” on behalf of foreign entities or individuals. Although violations are punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine, the Justice Department has prosecuted only a handful of cases in recent decades.

Two White House spokespeople declined to comment on Giuliani or whether his work for foreign entities posed any conflict of interests for the president.
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Countries Rudy is representing:

Brazil
Colombia
Russia-friendly political party at Kharkiv, Ukraine
Mujahideen-e-Khalq, or MEK, an Iranian group listed as a terrorists by the State Department in 2012, Giuliani said he has regularly received payments from MEK over the past 10 years; he declined to disclose his fees.

Rudy should be careful. He might find himself caught up in the Mueller investigation. And NOT as a defender, but someone who needs a defense.
They don't care if it's illegal...that "shoot someone in broad daylight on 5th Ave" crowd.
That must be it. We can post video of Trump and they'll say it's a lie, that it's fake.
I've even have them say all these quotes by Trump are just lies. That he never said these things.

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