Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani denied reports of him seeking $20,000 per day from President Donald Trump's campaign for legal services.
Giuliani, who joined Trump's team in a lawsuit and made arguments in a Pennsylvania court this week, told the New York Times that "I never asked for $20,000."
"The arrangement is, we’ll work it out at the end," Giuliani said, adding that whoever made the allegation about him seeking the daily sum "is a liar, a complete liar."
The New York Times reported that Giuliani was seeking the payment and cited "multiple people briefed on the matter," and "people familiar with the request, who asked for anonymity to speak about sensitive discussions."
The case in Pennsylvania, he said, will be President Donald Trump’s “first established vehicle on our way to the Supreme Court.” Giuliani added there is another case in Michigan that is “drafted and ready to go” to the Supreme Court, while saying that lawsuits in other states could also be heard in the nation’s highest court.
“I believe we have amassed more than enough evidence in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, and Georgia,” the former mayor added.
But in a 5-2 decision rendered Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned the Trump campaign's win on guaranteeing Republican observers the right to watch ballot counts from six feet away or more.
Trump has not conceded to Democratic challenger Joe Biden and has alleged the election was rigged in the former vice president's favor.
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to the report about Giuliani's pay.