Giuliani said he and Trump were selling pardons for $2 million apiece, ex-aide claims

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Court documents reveal that a former aide to Rudolph Giuliani, former attorney for Donald Trump, has made a shocking claim.

According to Noelle Dunphy, a New York-based public relations professional who is currently suing Giuliani for various misconduct, Giuliani informed her that both he and President Trump were involved in offering presidential pardons for $2 million each, the Independent reported.

Dunphy’s complaint against Giuliani includes allegations of unlawful abuses of power, sexual assault, harassment, wage theft, and other forms of misconduct that she claims to have experienced during her employment with him from 2019 to 2020.

The lawsuit also asserts instances of sexual assault, harassment, wage theft, and coercing Dunphy into performing sexual acts and working in the nude.

One specific incident detailed in the lawsuit occurred on or around February 16, 2019, while Giuliani served as Trump’s personal attorney.

During this time, Giuliani was reportedly involved in seeking incriminating information about then-former vice president Joe Biden from Ukrainian government officials, as reported by the Independent.

According to Dunphy, as they reviewed emails related to these efforts, she inquired whether Giuliani needed to register as a foreign agent under the Foreign Agents Registration Act and offered to assist him with the necessary paperwork.

These allegations are part of a wider legal dispute between Dunphy and Giuliani, shedding light on serious accusations regarding potential misconduct and illegal activities within the sphere of political influence.

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