‘Executive Privilege’ Could Complicate Case Against Giuliani Associates, Attorney Says

Miami Herald

Also Wednesday, former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, appearing at a commercial real estate speakers series in Fort Lauderdale, told reporters he thinks the mention of executive privilege by Parnas’ attorney was “not great for Trump.” Scaramucci, who has been hypercritical of the president after a falling out this summer, alluded to a campaign finance complaint filed last year against Global Energy Producers, the Fruman-Parnas company, by the Campaign Legal Center alleging that Fruman had dinner with Trump at the president’s personal residence in Florida in May of 2018.

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