Jon Sale’s legal work for Rudy Giuliani is ending, Sale confirmed to on Tuesday. That’s about two weeks after Sale confirmed he was representing Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, in the congressional impeachment investigation into Trump and his foreign affairs.

Sale, a former Watergate prosecutor now practicing at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, dismissed reports that indicated he and Giuliani were parting ways as Giuliani himself was under a federal investigation. Sale said his representation of Giuliani did not end prematurely and said the scope of his engagement was limited to responding to a congressional subpoena.

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