Republicans dish on why Trump won't get rid of Rudy

The White House has a reputation for having revolving doors — officials and aides often come in one day and are sent packing not long after. But one person who seems extraordinarily safe in President Trump's orbit is his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

Several White House and Republican officials told The Atlantic on condition of anonymity that they wish the president would have dumped Giuliani a long time ago, before he ever got a chance to launch his quest for dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, which led to the impeachment inquiry roiling the White House. Yet those same officials acknowledge it's unlikely Giuliani is going anywhere.

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