Rudolph Giuliani, the public face of President Donald Trump’s legal team, appeared in a Manhattan courtroom on Wednesday to deal with his own legal issues: a divorce from his third wife, who claims that the well-heeled former New York City mayor has cut her off financially.

Since Giuliani, who served as U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York from 1983 to 1989, split with Greenberg Traurig this past spring, he has been working pro bono for Trump and has taken on the task of mounting legal defenses for Trump, often in front of television cameras.  

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