Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, left two apparently unintentional voicemails in a reporter's phone this fall in which he discussed his need for hundreds of thousands of dollars and neglected the Biden family, NBC reported Friday.
Julian's involuntary calls and messages come as sources tell CNN that Giuliani has turned to defense attorneys for possible representation after escalating reports regarding a federal investigation into his dealings in Ukraine.
"The problem is we need some money," Giuliani later adds, when he mentions Robert, who the unidentified associate said was in Turkey, pausing for a few seconds before stating: " We need a few hundred thousand. "
Julianni said on Friday to CNN's Denmark Bash that the voicemail was" useful because ows that I'm not doing anything dishonest, "saying it is completely unrelated to anything in Ukraine. but declined to say what it was all about.
"$ 200,000 is for another project in another country," said Giuliani. the "illegal security issue", completely related to anything related to Ukraine or Trump, but declined to specify what it was related to.
Giuliani said the call referred to a "change in staff of a different project" that " will require additional payment for the client. "