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Rudy Giuliani Wants “Most Honest Man” Award

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Former Attorney to former President Donald TrumpTrump attorney Rudy Giuliani has literally stated that he deserved award for being the “most honest” man in America.

During an interview with OAN, Rudy Giuliani stated that he had been vindicated of the claims against him. All of this as the Bar Association weighs the possibility of suspending his license. Specifically, the Bar Discipline Committee in Washington, D.C., reached a verdict that Rudy Giuliani violated at least one professional rule in his efforts to help former President Donald Trump overturn results of the 2020 election — a preliminary finding that could result in the suspension or loss of his law license.

The three-member disciplinary committee agreed that Rudy Giuliani’s handling of litigation in Pennsylvania crossed ethical lines. Their finding came after a week of testimony by Giuliani — who said Trump waived attorney-client privilege to permit him to testify — and some of his allies, including Trump advisers Bernie Kerik, Christina Bobb and Corey Lewandowski.

During his interview with OAN, however Rudy Giuliani stated “They had no probable cause to come into this apartment almost two years ago and raid it, and they had no probable cause to raid my law office, which is the worst thing in the world.” Rudy Giuliani then stated he wanted “an award for being the most honest man in America.”

Rudy Giiuliani previously was caught in an embarassing encounter when he unwittingly was caught trying to seduce a young actress who was staged as a reporter in the Borat 2 movie, which is a prank style movie masterminded by Sacha Baron Cohen, who plays the character, Borat. Specifically, Rudy Giuliani put his hands down his pants and tried to seduce Tutar (Maria Bakalova), the daughter of fake Kazakh journalist Borat, posing as a reporter and interviewing Giuliani in a New York City hotel room.

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