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Bankrupt Rudy Giuliani holds low-key 80th birthday at modestly priced Italian restaurant – and is sent a video message from Trump even though ex-president was staying just a few blocks away

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Donald Trump‘s former lawyer, Rudy Giuliani celebrated his 80th birthday at an Italian restaurant in New York – weeks after he was served an indictment notice at his other birthday celebration. 

Two weeks ago, the former mayor was given the notice at his Palm Beach, Florida, celebration by two Arizona attorney general’s office officials in the Arizona ‘fake electors’ case, accusing him and other’s of trying to overturn the 2020 election results.

But the possible indictment has not seemed to dampen the broke lawyer’s spirits as he was seen celebrating again at New York’s Amata restaurant soon after. 

The East 56th Street restaurant is owned by Giuliani’s former chief of staff at City Hall Anthony Carbonetti’s brother-in-law.

He was seen stepping out of a Dodge Durango with a security detail and into the restaurant – known for its moderately priced items, ranging from $19 Calabrese Meatballs to $26 Paccheri Bolognese pasta. 

Rudy Giuliani (right) pictured with Newsmax's Mandy Del Rio (center) and Jack Thomas Smith (left) at his 80th birthday celebration at New York's Amata restaurant

Rudy Giuliani (right) pictured with Newsmax’s Mandy Del Rio (center) and Jack Thomas Smith (left) at his 80th birthday celebration at New York’s Amata restaurant

The East 56th Street restaurant is owned by Giuliani's former chief of staff at City Hall Anthony Carbonetti's brother-in-law

The East 56th Street restaurant is owned by Giuliani’s former chief of staff at City Hall Anthony Carbonetti’s brother-in-law

His lawyer Barry Kamins, stood outside the eatery afterward and told the New York Times: ‘He’s had great challenges, and I think it’s amazing that under the pressure he’s been under, he’s been able to maintain his sanity in all of this. 

‘I know that we’ve tried to get people to come step up for him as character references, and a lot of people disappointed us and he’s been disappointed in them as well.’

Arthur Aidala, a lawyer who specializes in representing ‘tabloid villains’, also contributed at the same time: ‘Anyone who thinks that Mr. Giuliani is off his game in terms of legal acumen is strongly mistaken. 

‘He’s sharp as a tack. We also represent Mayor Giuliani in his case in Georgia.’

A video message wishing the former mayor a happy birthday by the recently convicted ex-president was also played on a flat screen. 

The eatery is known for its moderately priced items, ranging from $19 Calabrese Meatballs to $26 Paccheri Bolognese pasta

The eatery is known for its moderately priced items, ranging from $19 Calabrese Meatballs to $26 Paccheri Bolognese pasta

A video message wishing the former mayor a happy birthday by the recently convicted ex-President was also played on a flat screen

A video message wishing the former mayor a happy birthday by the recently convicted ex-President was also played on a flat screen

Trump was seen standing with a small crowd behind him as he said: ‘They heard I was going to say a little happy birthday salutation to you and they said, “Can we stay? Because we love Rudy Giuliani!”

‘You’re a special guy, and we love you, Rudy. Just keep fighting. There’s nobody like you,’ he said in the end. 

The party was attended by his son, Andrew; daughter, Caroline; Bernard B. Kerik, a former New York City police commissioner who once pleaded guilty to eight felony charges; and Rudy Washington, Giuliani’s former deputy mayor. 

Former Breitbart News editor Raheem Kassam, New York Post columnist Miranda Devine, Newsmax’s Mandy Del Rio and Jack Thomas Smith were also in attendance. 

Giuliani has previously filed for bankruptcy and owes two Georgia women a $148 million judgment from a defamation case. 

Trump was seen standing with a small crowd behind him as he said: 'They heard I was going to say a little happy birthday salutation to you and they said, "Can we stay? Because we love Rudy Giuliani!". You're a special guy, and we love you, Rudy. Just keep fighting. There's nobody like you.'

Trump was seen standing with a small crowd behind him as he said: ‘They heard I was going to say a little happy birthday salutation to you and they said, “Can we stay? Because we love Rudy Giuliani!”. You’re a special guy, and we love you, Rudy. Just keep fighting. There’s nobody like you.’

According to the Times, the former mayor is reportedly relying on a 9/11 charity as one of his last financial buyouts.

Prosecutors had been trying for weeks to deliver the official indictment notice and tell him that he has to appear in court on May 21.

‘The final defendant was served moments ago,’ she wrote on X. ‘@RudyGiuliani nobody is above the law.’

It came after guests had watched Giuliani record an hour-long episode of his ‘America’s Mayor Live’ show at the Palm Beach celebration. 

They sang ‘Happy Birthday’ and presented Giuliani with a red, white and blue frosted cake. 

‘It was a wonderful evening celebrating an America hero, Rudy Giuliani,’ said Caroline Wren, a top GOP consultant who hosted the birthday party at her home in Palm Beach.



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