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Former President Donald Trump’s advisors believed that his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani was usually drunk and on the verge of senility, according to “Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency,” by Michael Wolff. “‘Everything Rudy has touched in the four years of this presidency,’ said [Trump advisor] Matt Morgan in disgust one afternoon as the election challenge began to unfold, ‘has gone bad,'” the book said. “You would have been hard pressed to find anyone in Trumpworld who had not thought or said as much.” Despite their best efforts, Trump’s aides couldn’t block Giuliani from showing up at the White House, especially after Trump’s election loss, and he often enjoyed unfettered access to the Oval Office because he was “willing to tell Trump not only that he could do whatever he wanted to do, but that he could go beyond this” and “offered Trump vastly more power, right, and discretion than even Trump himself thought possible,” the book said.

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