Rudy Giuliani’s safety element in Ukraine was dealt with by the controversial firm owned by Betsy DeVos’ brother

The second time Donald Trump was indicted, it was his own fault. The former president’s lies about the election had frenzied his supporters and they stormed the US Capitol.

The first time Trump was charged was some sort of guilt from Rudy Giuliani. The awkward attorney had flown to Ukraine and openly tried to smear Joe Biden’s son Hunter.

Giuliani wasn’t alone in Ukraine, according to a new report from Buzzfeed. Along with him was a security detail from Erik Prince’s controversial Blackwater company.

Christopher Miller writes: “Prince provided Giuliani with a personal bodyguard named Thomas “Doc” Williams, who accompanied the then personal attorney for Trump throughout his trip to Eastern Europe. “

The author also states: “The newly-surfaced connection between Prince – the brother of Betsy DeVos, Trump’s education minister – and Giuliani comes as federal agencies investigate the former New York mayor’s business in Ukraine and connections with his powerful oligarchs and political activists. “

Giuliani isn’t the only one Blackwater provides services to. According to the report, Prince, “helped organize his (Giuliani’s) trip to Kiev and the Hungarian capital Budapest with a crew from the right-wing One America News (OAN) who filmed a segment for a series about the Bidens. “

You can read the full report here

Todd Neikirk is a New Jersey-based policy and technology writer. His work has been featured on, and He likes sports, politics, comics, and spends time with his family on the waterfront.

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