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Rudy Giuliani is having a banner news day, but I'm not sure it's the type of news that will ultimately help him on his quest for the White House. First up, what's the deal with him still working for a firm that receives money from Qatar? It may add up to nothing, but I would be shocked if it doesn't become a campaign issue.
Qatar Contract Offers Glimpse Into Giuliani Firm
Dealings Have Potential For Trouble If Ex-Mayor Receives Nomination
Rudy Giuliani is one of the few candidates ever to pursue the White House while maintaining a high-ranking role in a private-sector firm.
But since he became a candidate for president, the Republican front-runner has rebuffed all calls to disclose details about the clients and dealings of Giuliani Partners, the consulting firm he founded in 2002.
Some of those clients have controversial records. Among those he hasn't disclosed is the government of Qatar, a Persian Gulf state to whom the firm provided security advice, according to the former U.S. ambassador there. . .
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