Giuliani Says He Has ‘Very Good Insurance’ If Trump Throws Him ‘Under The Bus’: Interview
The Guardian called up Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani this week to have an interview over the phone.
During that interview, Giuliani was asked if he’s worried that Trump will “throw him under the bus.” Giuliani didn’t seem bothered by the idea. He claimed that he didn’t think he would be thrown under the bus but that he has “good insurance” for is he does.
Giuliani replied, “I’m not, but I do have very, very good insurance, so if he does, all my hospital bills will be paid.”
Giuliani’s lawyer interjected at that point to note that “he’s joking.”
Giuliani told The Guardian that he had no knowledge of the call between Trump and EU ambassador Gordon Sondland, where Trump reportedly inquired about “investigations” he wanted the Ukrainian government to conduct targeting his political rivals — investigations that Sondland reportedly said Giuliani was “pushing for.”
“I’m not sure this is very solid testimony. In court, we would call it hearsay, triple hearsay. It would not even be admissible. But if you are asking me flat out had I ever heard of a conversation like that? No,” Giuliani said.
“I thought it was a weak way to start a trial,” he added.
“I acted properly as his lawyer,” Giuliani continued. “I did what a good lawyer is supposed to do. I dug up evidence that helped to show the case against him was false. That there was a great deal of collusion going on someplace else other than Russia. And then I stepped on the number one minefield, which is Joe Biden, who is heavily protected by the Washington press corps.”
You can read more on the interview HERE.