Klaus Iohannis and Rudy Giuliani have/had a generic relationship

Notes Rudy Giuliani, the president’s personal lawyer, said he was paid by a global consulting firm when he sent a letter last week calling for changes to Romania’s anti-corruption program — a stance that contradicted the U.S. State Department’s official position. Giuliani’s letter to Romanian President Klaus Iohannis appeared to take sides in a fight at the top of the Romanian government over how to rein in high-level corruption. In the letter, the former New York City mayor wrote that the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) in Romania had overstepped its bounds, “including: intimidation of judges, defense lawyers, and witnesses; unconstitutional phone tapping; forced confessions; and unfair judicial processes.”