Rudy Giuliani, a one-time attorney to former President Donald Trump, defended his suspended law license after the bar called for it to be revoked last summer, The Washington Post reported.
On Monday, the former New York City mayor stood before the D.C. Bar Board on Professional Responsibility to make the case against tabling his credentials, which have been under question since his involvement in 2020 presidential election litigation.
It came after the New York State Court of Appeals temporarily suspended Giuliani’s license on the recommendation of a disciplinary committee, claiming in its decision that the mayor represented an “immediate threat” to the public.
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