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In an interview with Politico, Trump’s lawyer indicated that he is willing to go on the offensive against the numerous Democrats vying for the party’s presidential nomination.
“We’ll see where they have holes and where they need help. I’m available to do a lot of it,” Giuliani told the news outlet.
Whether he would turn out to be an effective surrogate for Trump on the campaign trail is another matter, however. Several aides close to the Trump reelection effort told Politico that Giuliani’s aid could hinder the campaign, but predicted that his positive contributions would outweigh those.
“I imagine not all of Rudy’s ideas are brilliant ones, but the vast majority are and I’ll take the good with the bad,” Michael Caputo, a former Trump campaign aide currently considering his own bid for Congress, told the news outlet.
“The president is most effective when he’s in a great mood and he’s having fun on the campaign trail and Rudy adds to that,” added a current Trump campaign aide, according to Politico. “I think he has the potential to be very effective in certain circumstances. He also has the potential to be unhelpful at times.”
“I think he can be a great warmup act,” they continued. “Having him on the plane is a great idea. As a core messenger he can get sloppy with details and also leave a lot of shrapnel on the ground.”
Trump himself has become more involved in personally attacking Democrats in recent days, and caused a stir over the weekend with comments aimed at former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenHillicon Valley: Biden calls on Facebook to change political speech rules | Dems demand hearings after Georgia election chaos | Microsoft stops selling facial recognition tech to police Trump finalizing executive order calling on police to use ‘force with compassion’ The Hill’s Campaign Report: Biden campaign goes on offensive against Facebook MORE (D) that invoked North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong UnKim Jong UnNorth Korea warns US to stay out of its affairs to ensure ‘smooth running’ of presidential election A crisis on the Korean peninsula reinforces the need for allies South Korea charging defectors over leaflets dropped in North MORE.
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“Kim Jong Un made a statement that Joe Biden is a low IQ individual. He probably is based on his record. I think I agree with him on that,” Trump told reporters and other guests while at a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.