Rudy Giuliani’s representation of President Donald Trump may have led to his departure from Greenberg Traurig earlier this year, but the former New York City mayor’s close ties to his high-profile client have reportedly led to new business opportunities elsewhere.

Aside from his work defending the president on cable television shows, Giuliani has been looking to influence affairs in Romania at the behest of paying interests.

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