Jurors in Washington, D.C., are resuming deliberations today in the defamation trial against former Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. They are tasked with determining how much he must pay to two Georgia election workers, Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, for spreading false claims about them after the 2020 election.
During closing arguments yesterday, Freeman and Moss's attorney, Michael Gottlieb, urged the jury to award each woman $24 million. He emphasized the need to send a strong message: "These are not just damages for what happened to Ms. Freeman and Ms. Moss," Gottlieb said. "These are damages that send. . .