Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who also worked as Trump’s lawyer, has spoken out about his law license being suspended in New York State.
On Thursday night, he spoke with Newsmax presenter Greg Kelly about what had happened, and he was visibly upset by the suspension of his license.
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He stated, “This is a Democrat decision by five judges who should be probed because they’re destroying fairness.”
“This does not make me happy. I adore practicing law; it is my true calling. It’s something I’ve been doing for 50 years. I’ve been doing it for 50 years and have never had a complaint. I’ve been involved in some of the most acrimonious legal battles imaginable — never faced charges like this — and I’ve had my life threatened numerous times for matters that I believe have benefited my country,” he said.
“This is a Democrat decision by five judges who should be probed because they are destroying fairness,” Giuliani said on “Greg Kelly Reports” on Thursday.
“This does not make me happy. I adore practicing law; it is my true calling. It’s something I’ve been doing for 50 years. I’ve been doing it for 50 years and have never had a complaint. I’ve been in some of the most acrimonious legal battles imaginable — never faced charges like this — and I’ve had my life threatened numerous times for cases that I believe have benefited my country.”
“And I’m not fond of this… It is, after all,” the former mayor stated. “I’m not sure what I’m allowed to say and what I’m not allowed to say.
“All I can say is that America is no longer America. We are not living in a free country. We live in a state governed by the Democrats, including [New York Governor Andrew] Cuomo, [New York City Mayor Bill] de Blasio, and the Democrats,” Giuliani stated.
“There’s no doubt I’d be their idol if I was representing Hillary Clinton,” he remarked. “They’re trying to get me to quiet up because they know what’s going to happen because I represented my client so well.” They already know what will happen in Arizona, and they already know what will happen in Georgia.
He explained, “They want this mouth shut.”
Giuliani also stated that two attorneys who allegedly detonated a bomb inside a New York Police cruiser during the George Floyd protests are still permitted to practice law.
“Did anyone set fire to anything as a result of what I said? “No,” he stated emphatically. “And the statements they’re talking about, according to them, constitute a threat. What really is the threat? By the time we talk about it, January 6 has passed, and they’re claiming that those statements are dangerous. Where? What was done by whom? “Who detonated a bomb in a car?”
He also continues to support Trump against what he considers to be an unjust inquiry.
“What crime are they looking into?” he inquired. “They’re on the lookout for a crime. We look into criminal allegations. We don’t go searching for crimes in a man’s life. That’s what they’re doing to [Trump], and the Southern District is doing the same to me.
He described the investigation as “an investigation in pursuit of a crime,” which he described as “totally un-American.”
On Thursday, the decision to suspend Giuliani’s legal license was made earlier in the day.
“We conclude that there is undisputed evidence that in his capacity as a lawyer for former President Donald J. Trump, respondent made clearly false and deceptive representations to courts, Congress, and the general public.
According to the New York Times, the judgement stated, “Trump and the Trump campaign in connection with Trump’s lost reelection bid in 2020.”
The court went on to say that Giuliani’s “false remarks were meant to unlawfully promote respondent’s claim that victory in the 2020 United States presidential election was snatched from his client due to widespread voter fraud.”
The court stated, “We consider that respondent’s behavior poses an imminent threat to the public interest and requires an interim suspension from the practice of law, pending further proceedings before the Attorney Grievance Committee.”