NEW YORK (Reuters) – an American president who supported Donald Trump paid president
of personal counsel Rudy Giuliani $500,000 on behalf of a co-founder by a Ukrainian-American merchant who helped Giuliani investigate Trump’s political opponent, Joe Biden, the advocate’s attorney told Reuters on Thursday.
PHOTO FILE: Old New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said in New York City, New York, United States, Sept. 24, 2019. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/image file
Reuters First Payment Report Here Last month, but at the time Giuliani refused to reveal the correct source. He would just say that it is not foreign origin and that it was paid for the service he rendered for the company of entrepreneurs, Lev Parnas.
Payment attracted attention for the role of Parnas in helping Giuliani investigate former U.S. vice-President Biden, a candidate for the presidential proposal for democracy in the 2020 elections, and his son , Hunter Biden, an energy director of the Ukrainian company Burisma.
Parnas was arrested last month on the financial cost of the campaign is not related.
Charles Gucciardo, a personal injury attorney from Long Island, paid for Giuliani Partners LLC, a company management and consultant, on behalf of fraud, Parnas ‘, according to Randy Zelin, a lawyer for Gucciardo. He said money is a loan to the Boca Raton company based on, whose site says it aims to help clients “reduce and minimize fraud.”
“Mr. Gucciardo invested because he…