One of the jobs of this former college aged employee who was also frequently groped was to keep the former A+ lister sober.
Without her there, he was a drunken mess at a public event.
Giuliani communications director resigns for role with tech startup
Rudy Giuliani’s communications director has resigned from her post to join a new tech startup company.
Christianné Allen, 22, who joined Giuliani’s team in August 2019, announced her resignation from Giuliani Communications LLC effective this week, according to a statement Allen provided to The Hill.
Allen said that she was “proud of the accomplishments we achieved,” especially the establishment of Giuliani’s “Common Sense” podcast which she said went “from conception to one of the top political podcasts in the country in under a year.”
“Looking forward, I once again feel blessed to have the opportunity for continued growth and development within a rising tech startup,” she said.
Allen added that she was not at liberty to reveal the name of the tech startup at this juncture, according to The Daily Beast, which first reported on Allen’s resignation. – Source
Must Be ‘Really Stupid’ Because Rudy Is F*cked
He’s lost his license to practice law in New York and D.C., the FBI raided him, his friend’s on trial, he’s racking up huge bills, and even Fox News doesn’t want him around.
There are many mysteries in American life, but few more puzzling than Rudy Giuliani.
“America’s mayor” has been under federal investigation since roughly the Pliocene, though in August he did promise us that “I committed no crime,” and then the polymath added, “If you think I did commit a crime, you’re probably really stupid because you don’t know who I am.”
I mean, just because Rudy’s pals are on trial doesn’t mean he’s in any trouble. You’d have to be “really stupid” to think such a thing. Well, I must be really stupid, because it sure looks like he’s in deep shit.
Remember Rudy’s frequent travel buddies, Fraud Guarantee owners Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman? Well, Fruman pleaded guilty to soliciting political contributions while Parnas is facing six counts of campaign-finance charges for allegedly working with a co-defendant to give money on behalf of a Russian national: “Prosecutors say Parnas and [Andrei] Kukushkin conspired to use over $100,000 of a $1 million investment from a Russian financier to contribute to politicians who they thought could advance their business interests, including in an energy company and the legal marijuana industry.” – Source
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