The “Mayor of the United States” has fallen out of favor

Lawyer Rudolph “Rudy” Giuliani, hailed as “America’s Mayor” for his amazing work at the head of the Big Apple between 1994 and 2001, is now fighting for his freedom after choosing the wrong side in the last US presidential election. The person who was Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and friend knows the legal framework in his country very well. He was federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York for six years, and then his pulse never trembled when he had to use a strong legal hand to restore calm to the New York Mafia’s five families. now face 13 criminal charges because one probably forgets that the law applies equally to all citizens.

“It’s just the next chapter in the book of lies to smear President Donald Trump and anyone willing to take on the ruling regime.” That was the response of the Big Apple’s Mayor 107 in a tweet on the social network X (formerly Twitter) after learning of his allegation. Until she began her campaign with Trump, Giuliani was one A highly respected figure in the United States among both Republicans and Democrats Thanks to his seven years as Mayor of New York (from 1994 to 2001).

Before his reign in the big city, he was a federal prosecutor in New York. In the 80’s Giuliani led federal prosecutions of big-city mob bosses under the Racketeer-Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), one of the 13 crimes he now faces in the Georgia case. In 1994 he won the election, went on to chair the New York City Council and set out to end crime in the city. His strategy was based on the so-called “broken windows theory”, which directly links vandalism to crime. Giuliani ruthlessly pursued criminals and thugs, but also beggars and prostitutes who promoted what he called an environment and “family values”. His strategy worked. While crime rates in the country rose, they continued to fall in New York. This contributed to his superb management during the September 11, 2001 attacks on the Twin Towers and earned him the “Mayor of the United States” and Time magazine’s Person of the Year.

In April 2018, Giuliani joined Donald Trump’s party as personal counsel for the then President of the United States. He knew this alliance could be his end, but he didn’t seem to care. “I’ll be dead, I imagine explaining it to San Pedro,” he said in a 2019 interview. Now You could end up in jail for your attempt Who will change the election results in 2020 and who has to explain this for now is a judge.


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