Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani walks from an elevator as he leaves Trump Tower, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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Rudy Giuliani, President-elect Donald Trump's top candidate for top diplomat, has advised foreign political figures and worked for lobbying and security firms whose clients have had complicated relationships with the government of the United States. While not personally involved in lobbying, Giuliani spent years at firms which represented governments and multinational companies, some of which had interests that diverged from those of the U.S. Giuliani did not respond to requests, made through his associate, to speak to the AP.Giuliani took a leave of absence from the firm in October to work full-time for Trump.Giuliani's associate said he has not met any foreign officials for Greenberg Traurig and isn't involved with the firm's government lobbying practice.Giuliani has never registered with the government as a lobbyist. Giuliani, who founded his global management firm, Giuliani Partners, in 2002, refused to divulge his firm's clients when he ran for president.
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