As the nation grapples with the coronavirus outbreak, more Americans are hearing and understanding the scope of the health crisis and President Donald Trump’s incompetence. In the absence of leadership from the White House, current and former public officials are voicing their concern and advice to the American people to help minimize the impact of the outbreak. One particular person absent from the discussion is Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani.
Once a fixture on cable channels and Sunday news shows, Giuliani seems to have disappeared under the rocks since Republicans acquitted Trump in the impeachment trial early last month.
But while Trump was spared by his Republican allies, Giuliani is reportedly under investigation over a range of activities in which the former New York Mayor has engaged over the years.
The most recent of these, of course, is Giuliani’s connections to two indicted associates, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman.
As previously reported, Giuliani enlisted Parnas’ and Fruman’s help to dig up dirt in Ukraine on the family of former Vice President Joe Biden and conspiracy theories tied to the 2016 election. Giuliani reportedly also engaged in fraudulent business activities with the pair.
With Parnas cooperating with prosecutors and telling them everything he knows about Giuliani, including conversations with him and any directions he might have given them, you have to wonder: Is Rudy hiding?