Family, White House team offer well wishes for Rudy Giuliani
UPDATED 10:47 AM PT – Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Well wishes have poured in for Rudy Giuliani after he tested positive for the coronavirus. President Trump confirmed his lawyer’s diagnosis on Sunday.
Giuliani was immediately taken to Georgetown University Medical Center with his son Andrew being one of the first people to offer support. Andrew Giuliani, who serves as an Assistant to the President and also tested positive himself in late November, stated that his father was “getting great care and feeling well.”
Natalie Harp, an advisor for the Trump campaign, also took to Twitter to wish him well during his recovery.
Get well soon @RudyGiuliani knowing you have the love, support & thanks of a grateful nation who know how hard you’ve been fighting for our President and for us.
You have an army of prayer WARRIORS! https://t.co/YizC4OnF9h
— Natalie Harp (@NatalieJHarp) December 6, 2020
Trump legal advisor Jenna Ellis, who’s worked closely with Giuliani in his fight to expose voter fraud, tweeted “prayers for Mayor Giuliani” and called him a warrior.
Prayers for Mayor @RudyGiuliani. He is a tough warrior!
The Trump Legal Team will continue our important work to fight for election integrity! We have a great team, along with able local counsel in each state. Our work won’t be affected and we press on. #CountAllLegalVotes
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) December 6, 2020
The President himself took a moment during Monday’s Medal of Freedom ceremony at the White House to praise Giuliani as “a champion” and “the greatest mayor of New York City.”
Meanwhile, it appears Giuliani has temporarily passed the batton to his team as they work to expose rampant fraud in the last election.
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