Rudy Giuliani Promotes Own Coffee Brand Days After Indictment

Embattled former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani last week unveiled a new brand of coffee bearing his name.

Giuliani, who is scrambling to pay off his multiple creditors after declaring bankruptcy last year, posted a video on X promoting “Rudy Coffee” just days after he was served an indictment in Arizona’s 2020 fake electors case.

The new coffee brand comes in three Rudy-themed flavors, including a decaf called “Enjoying Life Rudy.”

According to the video, a portion of the proceeds from the coffee sales will go to the nonprofit group Call 2 Action, which helps veterans and first responders.

The former New York mayor was recently fired from his WABC radio show after violating station owner John Catsimatidis’ rule not to discuss whether the 2020 election results were fraudulent.

Giuliani posted the email address and phone number for WABC on his X account and asked his followers to “ask them if they support free speech” after he was fired.

Since then, Giuliani launched a new show on Elon Musk’s platform X.

Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes announced on social media on May 17 that Giuliani was the last defendant to be served an indictment in the case.

Giuliani’s spokesman Ted Goodman confirmed that the former mayor was served as he was leaving his 80th birthday party.

The indictment accuses Giuliani of attempting to pressure the Arizona legislature and the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to alter the outcome of the state’s 2020 election results. It alleges that Giuliani was also responsible for encouraging the state’s Republican electors to vote for Trump.

Goodman said in a statement that Giuliani looked “forward to full vindication soon.”

Arizona indicted a total of 18 defendants in the case, including former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and former Arizona GOP chair Kelli Ward.