Amid Swirling Impeachment Circus, Rudy Again Mentions His ‘Insurance’ Policy


Given just how bizarre and tumultuous these last few weeks have been in our nation’s capital, it wouldn’t be surprising to find out that some of the biggest names in the impeachment scandal have found themselves a bit nervous as of late.

While it is true that the President has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing in the matter of a phone call between himself and his Ukrainian counterpart, that does little to stem the ever-changing tide of allegations that are being hurled his direction by a “resistant” House Intelligence Committee whose goalposts move more often than than limbs in the wind.

On any given day, the entire ethos behind this “formal impeachment inquiry” can shift dramatically, sending any number of Trump acquaintances ever closer to an unbecoming fate.

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Perhaps that is why Rudy Giuliani has been so forthright during his communications within the mainstream media.

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On the Fox News show America’s Newsroom, host Ed Henry asked Giuliani about the status of his relationship with the president.

“Have you talked to President Trump in the last week or two? Have you met with him? Are you still his counsel?” Henry asked.

“I do not discuss my conversations with my client,” Giuliani replied, talking over the host. “You can assume that I talk with him early and often and have a very, very good relationship with him, and all these comments—which are totally insulting—I mean, I’ve seen things written like he’s gonna throw me under the bus.”

“Right,” Henry affirmed.

“When they say that, I say, ‘He isn’t, but I have insurance,'” Giuliani added.

Rudy then took it a step further on Twitter:

Both Giuliani and the President have reassured us that their relationship is in good standing, but, given what we know about the rabid anger of the Democrats, anything is possible.

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