President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said he was paid $500,000 for his work at a company co-founded by an associate who was arrested on campaign finance charges.
Giuliani told Reuters that Fraud Guarantee, Lev Parnas’s Boca Raton, Fla.-based company, took on Giuliani Partners as a management and security consulting firm around August 2018. Giuliani was hired to consult with the company and provide legal advice.
Giuliani also said he received two payments within weeks of each other but did not say when they were made.
Federal authorities allege Parnas and Fruman violated campaign finance laws in order to funnel money to numerous Republican PACs and politicians, including a $325,000 contribution in May 2018 to the pro-Trump super PAC called America First Action.
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan are also reportedly investigating whether Giuliani’s dealing with Ukraine broke lobbying laws.
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