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Donald Trump’s inner circle in turmoil: Rift with Rudy Giuliani, Hicks out and Kushner struggling

President Trump's inner circle is in disarray as he fights with his closest aides and advisors on his way out the door.

According to reports, the president has instructed aides not to pay Rudy Giuliani his $20,000-a-day fee for his attempts to overturn the election and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is also said to be struggling to keep the President under control.

Meanwhile, the President has lost a close aide in Hope Hicks who has now left the White House in a planned departure.

Mr Giuliani began representing Mr Trump for free in the middle of the Mueller investigation in April 2018, The New York Times reported.

As the impeachment process picked up following the deadly riot at the Capitol, Mr Trump was upset that no one was defending him.

“The president is pretty wound up,” a senior administration official told the Washington Post, “No one is out there.”

The president’s senior adviser Jason Miller played down the rift on Twitter but didn’t get into the issue about Giuliani’s payment.

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My view: Trump is now known as inciter in-chief, from commander-in-chief, what a disgrace. The Senate should do the right thing and impeach him, they cannot punish just the mob without doing the same to the monster and cry baby that encouraged them.

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