I'd forgotten about this, and this prick has the balls to babble about people he doesn't respect. Yeah, well, call my picky, but banging your cousin for 14 years doesn't scream "integrity" for me(nor does lying and changing your story every five minutes in defending the worst and most corrupt President ever).

https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2018...-very-bad-week

Rudy’s Week Has Gone from Bad to Screwing Your Cousin for 14 Years


The Hive•June 12, 2018

Things haven’t gone entirely swimmingly for Rudy Giuliani or for Donald Trump since the former New York City mayor joined the president’s legal team, unless it was Rudy’s plan to humiliate himself and make Trump look 100 percent guilty. In one of Giuliani’s first TV appearances on the job, he seemingly implicated the president in two federal crimes. During the same chat, he suggested that he regularly paid women hush money to keep quiet about alleged affairs with his law firm’s clients. Later, he implied it would’ve hurt Trump’s chances of being elected if Michael Cohen hadn’t paid off Stormy Daniels. At one point, he creepily insinuated he’d like to make Ivanka Trump his fourth wife. Last week, shortly before Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un, Giuliani told a business conference in Tel Aviv that the dictator got “on his hands and knees and begged” for the meeting after the president faux canceled it, leading Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to tell reporters, “Rudy doesn't speak for the administration.” And sadly for ol’ Rudes, these last few days haven’t gone much better.

On Monday, it was revealed that Giuliani’s third wife, Judith Nathan, filed for divorce after he allegedly began an affair with a woman named Maria Rosa Ryan. That probably shouldn’t come as much of a shock to anyone, least of all Nathan, who was that “other woman” when Giuliani held a press conference to announce that he would be leaving his second wife, Donna Hanover, to take up with his mistress. Hanover learned all of this for the first time as he explained the situation to the media. (Giuliani’s first marriage was annulled after 14 years when he discovered that his wife was his cousin.)
The latest newsflash about Giuliani’s alleged infidelity—which he has denied—comes at a less-than-ideal time as the ex-mayor attempts, poorly, to defend the president from, among other things, the fallout from an alleged affair with a porn star. Nor is it the only example of familial drama within the Giuliani clan. Elsewhere in Rudy’s personal life crumbling, Axios reported on Wednesday that his son, Andrew Giulianibest known for suing Duke after he was cut from the golf team—was denied a promotion by Chief of Staff John Kelly, which we assume will result in a physical altercation between Kelly and Rudy just outside the Oval Office sometime soon.

Perhaps the most significant news, vis-à-vis Giuliani’s current role, is the growing speculation that part-time attorney Michael Cohen is expected to flip on his onetime client, Donald Trump:


Cohen, President Donald Trump’s longtime confidant and former personal attorney, is likely to cooperate with federal investigators, as his lawyers are expected to leave the case, sources said. . . . Cohen, who has been under criminal investigation for months, which is separate from the special-counsel case, has been rushing to meet U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Kimba Wood’s Friday deadline to complete a privilege review of over 3.7 million documents seized in the April 9 raids of Cohen’s New York properties and law office.
Cohen, who is under federal investigation now with no legal representation, is likely to cooperate with federal prosecutors in Manhattan, sources said. This development, which is believed to be imminent, will likely hit the White House, family members, staffers, and counsels hard.
Two sources who are familiar with a warrant in the case told ABC News in April that federal agents were hunting for records tied to Cohen’s personal business dealings and secret deals with Trump’s alleged mistresses, media organizations, and the 2016 presidential campaign.
According to my colleague Emily Jane Fox, there’s been a disagreement between Cohen and Trump over how much the Trump Organization will pay for legal fees on Cohen’s behalf, though we’re assuming, with this new revelation, the president and his bosom buddy would be willing to foot any size bill to ensure Cohen gets the best representation possible. Perhaps Giuliani could find time for a second client on the side. Would it be infelicitous to represent both?