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Stormy Daniels's Lawyer Just Clapped Back at Rudy Giuliani for Calling Him an 'Ambulance Chaser'

Stormy Daniels's Lawyer Just Clapped Back at Rudy Giuliani for Calling Him an 'Ambulance Chaser'
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You're messing with the wrong guy, Rudy.

Continuing his media blitz in defense of President Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, one of the newest members of Trump's legal team, appeared on another Fox News organization program Thursday morning after an hour long interview on Hannity Wednesday night.

Giuliani also continued his attacks on any of the president's rivals or detractors.

"What do you think she (Clifford) is about, and her lawyer (Michael Avenatti), who's an ambulance chaser?" Giuliani asked host Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business Network's Mornings with Maria.

Money, money, money, money, money. They sold out cheap, because the allegations aren't true. She's written a letter and signed it, saying was untrue. The president has said it was untrue."

But unlike other Giuliani targets, Stephanie Clifford's lawyer isn't taking it. Michael Avenatti represents Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels, in her lawsuits against Trump and his personal attorney Michael Cohen. After Giuliani's morning interview, Avenatti replied on Twitter:

"the only “ambulance” I have ever chased in my career is the one you are driving right now in a desperate attempt to save this presidency."

Avenatti also made sure to thank Fox News for their help with his cases.


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