Rudy Giuliani reveals prosecutors are probing 'other crimes that maybe I committed' and claims...
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has decried federal prosecutors for engaging in what he called a fishing expedition - by hitting him and Donald Trump with discovery requests in hopes of finding a charge that will stick.
Aired in an interview Sunday, the assertion comes days after from the former attorney pleaded not guilty to subverting the2020 electionin Georgia,and after a federal judge handed him a loss in a defamation suit brought by two poll workers.
Aside from leaving egg on the face of the already embattled Republican, the judgement saw him slapped with a $132,000 bill for legal fees, and was automatically administered after he failed to turn over evidence in the case.
Moreover, the ruling was delivered by a familiar face in January 6 Judge Beryl Howell, whowrote in her 57-page ruling that Giuliani, 79,provided only 'a sliver of the financial documents [that were] required to be produced'.
His excuses for withholding them,Howell wrote at the time, did not make sense - though on Giuliani on Sunday countered those claims with his own narrative, one that insisted feds have already spent up to $20million trying to take him down.