Rudy Giuliani likely violated at least one ethics rule when he promoted unfounded voter fraud claims in a federal courtroom following the 2020 election, a D.C. bar committee said Thursday.

Robert Bernius, chair of the committee, said the panel made a nonbinding, preliminary finding that the disciplinary counsel proved at least one of the charges against Giuliani, but would not specify which one.

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