How much legal trouble is Rudy Giuliani in right now?

Rudy Giuliani, 2008. PHOTO: [Wikimedia].

Could an arrest be imminent? Was he planning to fly to Vienna, too? So many questions.

Rudy Giuliani told The Atlantic reporter Elaina Plott he was planning to fly to Vienna just about 24 hours after two of his Trump-Biden-Ukraine hijinks associates were arrested while trying to board an evening flight to Vienna.

Giuliani, a longtime Donald Trump associate, is now also reported to be under scrutiny in the investigation that led to arrests today for Rudy's Soviet-born associates Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman.

Parnas and Fruman are being held pending $1 million bond.

President Donald Trump denied knowing them, in back-and-forth with reporters on Thursday afternoon, but social media shows multiple images of Trump with Parnas, and with Fruman. Donald appears to be lying again.

Now, from the Atlantic, an update that suggests Rudy Giuliani may have been about to head on a one-way to Vienna like Parnas and Fruman for a very good reason.

Perhaps an arrest was imminent? Perhaps one still is?

Excerpt, Elaina Plott at The Atlantic:

Giuliani called me at 6:22 p.m. last night—around the same time that two of his associates, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, were arrested at Dulles Airport while waiting to board an international flight with one-way tickets. As The Wall Street Journal reported this afternoon, the two men were bound for Vienna. The Florida businessmen, who are reported to have assisted Giuliani in his alleged efforts to investigate Joe Biden and his family ahead of the 2020 election, were charged with campaign-finance violations, with prosecutors alleging that they had conspired to funnel money from a Russian donor into Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

But Giuliani, when confirming today that Parnas and Fruman were heading to Vienna on matters “related to their business,” told the Journal that he himself only had plans to meet with them when they returned to Washington. By this logic, Giuliani was also planning to fly to Vienna within roughly 24 hours of his business associates, but do no business with them while all three were there.

Read the rest: The Mystery of Rudy Giuliani’s Vienna Trip