Giuliani's estranged wife writing tell-all book: report
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The estranged wife of Rudy Giuliani, President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump administration eyes proposal to block jet engine sales to China: report Trump takes track to open Daytona 500 Brazile 'extremely dismayed' by Bloomberg record MORE’s personal lawyer, is reportedly writing a tell-all book about her soon-to-be ex-husband.

Page Six reported Tuesday that Judith Nathan Giuliani has been in talks with at least three publishing companies about a potential book deal.

The book would detail Rudy Giuliani’s private life, as well as his career as the former mayor of New York City.


“This isn’t going to be a salacious ‘In bed with Rudy’-type book, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t picking up the poison pen,” a source close to Judith Giuliani told Page Six.

The book would reportedly detail the life of “America’s Mayor” and his powerful allies, the source told the outlet.

It would also include details about Rudy Giuliani’s “secret deals and secret handshakes, what it is like being on the inside with Manhattan and D.C.’s power brokers,” the source told Page Six.

“There is also much to discuss about Rudy’s relationship with President Trump, and how Rudy struggled after his own political ambitions to be president failed,” the source reportedly said.

The Hill has reached out to Judith Giuliani’s divorce attorney, Bernard Clair, for comment.

Page Six noted that reps for Rudy Giuliani could not be reached on Monday.

Judith Giuliani filed for divorce in April. Rudy Giuliani, a former presidential candidate, confirmed the split shortly after.

"In these divorce situations, you cannot place blame. It is 50/50. There are problems on both sides,” he said at the time. “We will have to divide our properties in New York and Palm Beach.”

The pair tied the knot in 2003, in the third marriage for each.