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Michael Avenatti Calls On the Media to Investigate Rudy Giuliani’s Finances

The great feud-within-a-feud between Stormy Daniels lawyer Michael Avenatti and President Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani continued Saturday when Avenatti asked the media to investigate Giuliani’s personal and business finances.

On Monday, Avenatti shot back at those who were digging into his own finances, saying that his “personal life, businesses, past clients, etc. have nothing to do with the current cases and the facts of those cases:”

Seemingly as a follow-up, Avenatti posted a poll on Twitter Thursday asking whether all the lawyers involved in the cases involving Daniels, Trump, and Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen ought to be investigated themselves:

In response to the poll, someone asked specifically about Giuliani, which Avenatti called “an excellent question” Saturday morning:

“Hopefully some members of the media will chime in this weekend and tell us what current steps are being taken to investigate and publish on the other 13+ lawyers in the cases,” he added.

Avenatti also commented Saturday on what he saw as “covering-up” by Columbus Nova, a company with known ties to Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselburg and which is confirmed as one of the companies to have paid Cohen for access to the Trump administration:

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