– They were a good match. They were equally unsympathetic. People hated Judith and people hated Rudy.
Rudy, 75, is President Donald Trump's personal lawyer with the surname Giuliani, and Judith, 64, is his now divorced wife. The killing of the married couple comes from Ken Frydman, who led Giuliani's mayoral election campaign in 1993.
What originally should have been a good match now seems to have turned to hate, even in marriage.
While Giuliani is in trouble with both federal investigations, as well as being sued by three different committees in the House of Representatives, Giuliani's integrity also characterizes the magazine's headlines.
– He reviews a divorce while in the most uncertain legal and professional situation of his life – and everything happens on live television. Neither does anyone appear to be in Trump's circle with the slope or the authority to stop him, says Rebecca Katz, New York political adviser.
At the end of last week, the New York Times was able to report that Giuliani is under investigation by the federal prosecutor's office in Manhattan, which he himself led during the 1980s.
The reason for the investigation is that they will investigate whether Trump's personal lawyer violated lobbying laws when he and two co-workers worked with Ukrainian prosecutors to collect potentially harmful information against former US Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanotich , presidential candidate Joe Biden and son Hunter Biden.
Giuliani acknowledged having had contact with the Ukrainians, but refuses to have done anything wrong. The two men he worked with were arrested last week. The company to one of them is said to have paid $ 500,000 in fees, according to Reuters.
Beyond this comes the very public divorce, which several, and especially Giuliani's divorced wife, Judith, do not consider it as completely separate issues.
Because, as it often does in American divorces, it's about money.
The two first met in 1999, while Giuliani was still married to his second wife and found the tone immediately. One year later, Giuliani, then mayor of New York, called for a press conference to tell him to get divorced. He also confirmed the one-year relationship with Judith, who was then Nathan's last name.
Two years after the two met, Giuliani suddenly became known throughout the world when he was named "Mayor of America" for his efforts following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack.
Giuliani was popular and sought after and he was forced to run as mayor, he made big money. Among other things, he took $ 100,000 for each speech he held, and his wealth was estimated at $ 45 million, according to multiple media.
At the same time, he – and his wife – spent large sums. Judith Giuliani now receives $ 42,000 a month, just over NOK 386,000, in maintenance allowances – which she believes are peanuts compared to the couple who allegedly spent the month together: $ 230,000 (NOK 2.1 million).
Her attorney, Bernard Clair, writes that Rudy Giuliani earned $ 8 million ($ 73 million) in 2016 and $ 9 million ($ 82.7 million) in 2017 while working for the law firm Greenberg Traurig.  Now, at least according to himself, Giuliani is working for President Trump for free.
– The only reason I work for President Trump is completely patriotic, and even because he is my friend, he has told the New York Post.
On that basis, the ex-wife and her lawyer believe that he deliberately conceals income and works with people who must "repay him" at a later date.
Judith Giuliani says she had to take her husband to court to prove what kind of money he is sitting and getting in and to get what she thinks she is entitled to.
– I feel betrayed by a man I have supported in every way for more than 20 years. The certainty that the September 11 hero has become a liar makes me sad, she said in an interview with the New York Times.
The mood between the two is so bad that even the judge noted it.
– I can't understand why some of the parties are interested in it happening in public. Ending a solution would have been to treat the relationship and marriage with more respect than showing the laundry in public, Judge Michael Katz said.
While the Ukraine case is rolling in and the separated couple's laundry is taken in public, there are also several cases where people question Giuliani's behavior and motives for this behavior.
On Wednesday, the Washington Post writes that Giuliani has repeatedly asked President Trump to deport Fethullah Gülen, an Islamic scientist who entered exile in the United States in 1999.
He has been accused by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of the bloody and failed military coup in Turkey 2016.
Giuliani referred to Gülen as a "violent extremist" who must be held accountable for his actions in Turkey.
Giuliani must have been so active that a number of White House officials must have been convinced that the lawyer was conducting lobbying for Turkey. They must have been so convinced that they even checked the lobby register to see if Giuliani was registered there on Turkey's behalf. He wasn't.
For the New York Times, Giuliani denies that he has ever tried to work to get Gülen expelled.
– That would have been completely crazy. I couldn't get Gülen expelled. Why should I get involved? It is definitely false. I have nothing to do with Gülen, says Giuliani.
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