But it sure looks like he has a long legal battle ahead of him, and his best defense will likely put him at odds with his former boss. If Trump doesn’t voluntarily protect his one-time counsel, Giuliani may have no choice but to point the finger at his former client. (Their relationship was tested in January when Trump reportedly refused to pay Giuliani for his unsuccessful work trying to overturn the November election results.)
This will get interesting.
However, the initial misreporting (since corrected) by the WP and NYT on the Giuliani-FBI warning will cloud this issue. It is the central issue.