Adam Klasfeld @KlasfeldReports Reporter, @CourthouseNews: NYC+Int’l. RTs=What's it to ya? adam[at]adamklasfeld[dot]com PGP Fingerprint: F427 EE3B 6F05 E5D5 785B 775B 2C74 683C 219D 91DC Oct. 13, 2019 1 min read

After his divorce proceedings in May, I asked Rudy Giuliani about his meetings with Turkish President Erdogan on behalf of Reza Zarrab.

He declined, telling me: “No, I cannot comment on that... Most of that would be covered, if not all of it, by attorney-client privilege.”

The non-answer wasn’t particularly newsworthy at the time. I revisited it in light of current events.

I should clarify that Giuliani’s affidavit referred to meetings, plural, with senior Turkish and US officials, but “a” meeting with Erdogan.


Legal analyst @Popehat on Giuliani’s then-claim.

Correction: Those proceedings were in March—and quite acrimonious.


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