Rudy Giuliani, indicted in election conspiracy cases, launches coffee to support 'justice'

Rudy Giuliani announced Sunday he is selling self-branded coffee amidst filing for bankruptcy and criminal indictments.

Giuliani, the former mayor of New York and a personal lawyer to former President Donald Trump, posted a video on X Sunday promoting the two-pound bags of organic coffee with his photo on it.

Leaning on messages of "truth," Giuliani said customers won't only receive coffee, but show support for his causes and a non-profit for veterans and first-responders.

"By supporting Rudy Coffee, you're not just treating yourself to exceptional coffee, you're also supporting our cause - the cause of truth, justice, and American democracy," he said in the video.

Giuliani has been charged with several felonies for allegedly trying to interfere with the 2020 election results on behalf of Trump, insisting, without proof, that the election was stolen.

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Who is Rudy Giuliani?

Rudy Giuliani was once the mayor of New York City and the chief federal prosecutor in Manhattan. He joined Trump's legal team in 2018 after being considered as a potential candidate for attorney general in the Trump administration.

Now, he is fighting calls to be disbarred, is appealing a lawsuit in which a jury found he owed $148 million to two Georgia election workers for defamation, and has been indicted in two criminal cases related to widespread efforts to overturn the election.

Giuliani filed for bankruptcy in December, after the defamation lawsuit decision was issued.

Tuesday, Giuliani pleaded not-guilty to multiple felony counts stemming from a plan to keep Trump in the White House by falsely certifying he won in Arizona in the 2020 election. Giuliani was ordered to pay a $10,000 cash bond.

Contributing: Elena Santa Cruz, Arizona Republic; Aysha Bagchi, Bart Jansen, USA TODAY

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