"In the weeks after the election, Giuliani falsely claimed that thousands of ineligible voters cast ballots in Georgia and the state's voting systems altered ballots to favor Democrats.
On Monday, Giuliani's former press secretary " Ken Frydman " told CNN that Giuliani is "nervous" about the investigation and said he "flew too close to the sun" in his work for Trump.
"He knows how the DOJ works. He knows how the FBI works. He knows these are meticulous investigations," Frydman told CNN.
"I know he's nervous. He could have flown to Georgia. You know, he flies all over the world. So, that's just a typical tactic to try to postpone the inevitable."
Frydman also referenced an appearance Giuliani made in a Georgia state Senate hearing in late 2020, in which he repeated his false election claims, and Frydman said he'll likely spend the rest of his life trying to avoid jail time.
"He knows that he concocted this scheme. He knows he lied for his client, and he knows we all know," Frydman told CNN. "I think, at this point in his life, his goal is to die a free man."
"Frydman's comments coincided with remarks Michael Cohen, who also once served as Trump's personal lawyer, made on Monday. Cohen, also speaking to CNN, said Trump will likely "throw [Giuliani] under the bus" in the investigation that led to the FBI raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate early last week.
In that raid, federal agents seized evidence related to an investigation into whether Trump left office in possession of classified documents instead of returning them to the National Archives.
"I believe that everybody likes a bargain, but Donald Trump really likes a bargain," Cohen told CNN.
"And I believe that Rudy is like a BOGO " buy one, get one half off. They're going to throw him under the bus for Mar-a-Lago. And at the same time, they're going to throw him under the bus for Georgia."