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Rudy Giuliani loses libel suit against two election workers
Former Donald Trump lawyer and ex-New York mayor Rudy Giuliani has just lost a defamation lawsuit brought by two Georgia election workers, after Giuliani made false allegations of ballot tampering in Georgia against the two women, repeatedly, after the 2020 elections.

“What we went through after the 2020 election was a living nightmare,” said the two workers, a mother and daughter, after the judge ruled in their favor.

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Giuliani will also have to pay the workers nearly $90,000 to cover legal fees in the case, in addition to being confirmed a trial date in 2024 to decide how much the workers could seek in damages as a result of these allegations.

An amount that could well reach millions of dollars!

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The two women, who had to leave their home under the FBI’s advice, say they’ve been living in fear of going to the supermarket or simply going out since the repeated attacks by Trump’s lawyer that began when the latter released a surveillance video of the vote count in Atlanta calling them conspirators and ballot stuffers, accusations that Georgia election officials have of course refuted.

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“There is nowhere I feel safe. Nowhere. Do you know how it feels to have the president of the United States target you?” one of the victims claimed in a video testimony.

Giuliani himself admitted last month that he had made defamatory remarks about the women workers. The former lawyer acknowledged and did not disputed their claims that he had tarnished their reputations.

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The legal troubles are far from over for Donald Trump’s former lawyer.

It’s a far cry from the days of America’s Mayor.

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