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Rudy Giuliani’s 80th birthday bash in Palm Beach was stormed “like it was Normandy” as the former New York City mayor was served with notice of his Arizona indictment, sources told The Post.

In front of nearly 75 guests, two officials with Arizona’s attorney general’s office arrived at the shindig around 11 p.m. to hand Giuliani the papers in the case alleging he and 17 others were involved in a plot to overturn the 2020 election, the sources said.

Some partygoers started screaming and one woman even cried as Giuliani was served.

Giuliani was the last of the 18 defendants in the case to be served in the indictment that was returned by a grand jury last month, Arizona officials said.

Arizona prosecutors had been looking for Giuliani for the last few weeks, but up until Friday night had failed to find him, CNN reported earlier this week.

At the height of the Palm Beach soirée, as many as 200 people, including Roger Stone and Steve Bannon, were in attendance.

Giuliani recorded an hour-long episode of “America’s Mayor Live” on his YouTube channel during the gathering, chatting with guests including Stone and Bannon.

While the sun was still shining, the ex-mayor – donning shades and dress pants with a blue button-down and orange tie – belted out Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” over the microphone in the backyard of the Florida home.

He was all smiles around 10 p.m. as cake was served, posing for photos in a room full of birthday balloons.

But about an hour later the celebratory atmosphere shifted.

After he was served, Giuliani got in his car and left, sources said. The Post has reached out to him for comment.

Charges against those indicted in the fake electors plot include fraud, forgery, and conspiracy.

https://nypost.com/2024/05/18/us-news/rudy-giuliani-served-with-arizona-fake-electors-indictment-during-80th-birthday-bash-in-palm-beach/
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Donald Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows and former Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward were among the 18 indicted.

“In Arizona, and the United States, the people elected Joseph Biden as President on November 3, 2020,” the indictment says. “Unwilling to accept this fact, Defendants and unindicted coconspirators schemed to prevent the lawful transfer of the presidency to keep Unindicted Coconspirator 1 in office against the will of Arizona’s voters.”
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>>1296049
not this shit again...
alternate slate..
They really so butthurt they almost lost a rigged game...
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>>1296048
I'm only amazed the NYpost is covering this at all. I guess the RNC elites are trying to distance themselves from Rudy as much as possible.
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>>1296056
The Trump simps on this board are trying to memoryhole the whole Green Bay Sweep thing by pretending it's fake and didn't happen.
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he's samefagging to prop up his dying agitprop threads again
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>>1296108
>dying agitprop thread
Wrong thread. You meant to post this in >>1296094
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>>1296108
>HOW DARE YOU TALK ABOUT NEWS
>I SUDDENLY CARE VERY DEEPLY ABOUT AGITPROP
lel, don't you have 3 more DailyMail agitprop threads to post on that IP before you switch again?
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It's tough being a Trump lackey. Poor guy.
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>>1296118
Hahaha look at this faggot chasing windmills.
You got the wrong guy, slapnuts.
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>>1296117
>That link
>The dailymail shill spammed 3 more threads today
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>>1296048
>stormed “like it was Normandy”
>Two officials arrived and handed him papers
How long have you been living with mental illness anon?
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>>1296147
You are so unoriginal there are chuds who act and talk (and probably dress) exactly like you but who also think they're unique.
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>>1296147
What made you like this?
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>>1296199
Donald J. Trump
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>>1296161
problem?
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>>1296199
Unironically, you, master shitposter
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>>1296225
Unlikely since I don't come here very often and you seem to be riled up by external forces.
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>>1296263
Seems like you're here a lot.
How did you get this confused?
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>>1296264
Things aren't always what they seem.
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>>1296270
How did you get this deranged?
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>>1296273
What did you think was deranged about the post you replied to?
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>Some partygoers started screaming and one woman even cried as Giuliani was served.
Wont someone think of the conservative elites and their feelings :’(
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>>1296289
History will be the harshest judge of their actions yet.
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>>1296307
You'd think, but people still think the Confederacy are the good guys.
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>>1296309
It's weird seeing Republicans defend statues of democrats
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>>1296309
Conservatives aren't people.
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>>1296310
>Modern Conservatives defending past conservatives
I see Conservatives love to push their past sins onto others.
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Police got the bad guy



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