reportedly orders aides not to pay Giuliani's $20,000-a-day fee

President Donald  is turning on some of his most trusted allies, reportedly ordered aides not to pay the legal fees of his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, as mounting legal threats and isolation close in on the president from all sides.

expressed disappointment with some of Giuliani's legal moves in challenging the election results, and did not appreciate his demand for $20,000 a day in the failed push, two officials told the Washington Post.

The officials said the president is also demanding the personally approve all expenses incurred by Giuliani on his multi-state legal campaign to prove election fraud, which quickly fizzled in court. 

It comes as is said to be increasingly isolated in the final days of his term, lashing out even at once-trusted members of his loyal inner circle, as he faces legal jeopardy from multiple fronts and challenges to his family's business after leaving office. 

Stripped of his ability to air his grievances on Twitter after the House on Wednesday voted to impeach him for a second time,  is said by insiders to be wallowing in 'self-pity' and furious that his allies aren't publicly defending him.  

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Trump is said to be increasingly isolated in his final days in office, lashing out even at once-trusted members of his loyal inner circle. He is seen above on Tuesday

is said to be increasingly isolated in his final days in office, lashing out even at once-trusted members of his loyal inner circle. He is seen above on Tuesday

Giuliani wants $20,000 per day for his election challenge efforts

President Donald has reportedly ordered aides not to pay the legal fees of his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, angered at his demands for $20,000 per day

'The president is pretty wound up,' one senior administration official told the Post. 'No one is out there' defending him, he added. 

As the House debated impeachment on Wednesday, 's press secretary did not mount a public defense, his aides blasted out no talking points, and there was little effort to whip Republican votes against the Democrats' impeachment push.

Among 's remaining inner circle, there is said to be little appetite for defending the president for his actions on January 6, when he whipped his rally into a frenzy and told them to march on the Capitol. 

'I'm told from sources close to the White House that the president is in self-pity mode, that he is increasingly isolated inside the White House,' CNN senior Washington correspondent Pamela Brown said on-air Wednesday.

'The president for his part believes — is upset that no one is defending him,' she added. 

'Even those who have defended the president fiercely all these years are saying privately that no one else got him here but himself, the reason why he was impeached twice was his fault and no one else's,' Brown said. 

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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi displays a signed article of impeachment against President Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday in Washington, DC

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi displays a signed article of impeachment against President Donald at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday in Washington, DC

A Marine guard stands at the entrance to the West Wing of the White House on Wednesday. The guard's presence signifies the president is likely in the Oval Office

A Marine guard stands at the entrance to the West Wing of the White House on Wednesday. The guard's presence signifies the president is likely in the Oval Office

Amid the strain of his final days in office, Trump's relationship with Giuliani may be fracturing. They are seen above at an event in August

Amid the strain of his final days in office, 's relationship with Giuliani may be fracturing. They are seen above at an event in August

Amid the strain, 's relationship with Giuliani may be fracturing -- although the president's lawyer is one of the few who have vigorously defended him in public, insisting that 's actions were not incitement.

Giuliani has been a key legal advisor to in his election challenge, after leading a leading a personal crusade to unearth potential dirt on Joe Biden and his son Hunter in Ukraine.

The former New York City mayor's legal charge challenging the election took bizarre turns at times, such as the notorious press conference held in the parking lot of Four Seasons Total Landscaping outside Philadelphia.

It led to speculation that the location had been mistakenly booked in the belief that it was the upscale Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia in Center City, although the incident was never fully explained.

At another press conference, at the Republican National Committee in Washington DC, an agitated and sweaty Giuliani appeared to be melting on live TV, with some kind of hair dye dripping down the side of his face.

, who is known to fixate on the image of his aides, insisting they project a polished veneer, was likely unhappy with those debacles and the mockery they drew.

In his election challenge push, Giuliani held a notorious press conference held in the parking lot of Four Seasons Total Landscaping outside Philadelphia in November, leading to speculation that the location had been booked in the belief it was the posh Four Seasons hotel

In his election challenge push, Giuliani held a notorious press conference held in the parking lot of Four Seasons Total Landscaping outside Philadelphia in November, leading to speculation that the location had been booked in the belief it was the posh Four Seasons hotel

At another election fraud press conference, at the Republican National Committee in Washington DC, an agitated and sweaty Giuliani appeared to be melting on live TV

At another election fraud press conference, at the Republican National Committee in Washington DC, an agitated and sweaty Giuliani appeared to be melting on live TV

Rudy Giuliani speaks during a Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee hearing in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2020. Trump ran with Giuliani's claims of massive fraud, continuing to make the case at a rally before the Capitol riot

Rudy Giuliani speaks during a Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee hearing in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2020. ran with Giuliani's claims of massive fraud, continuing to make the case at a rally before the Capitol riot

As well, Giuliani now faces his own potential legal exposure for telling supporters to engage in 'trial by combat' in his remarks at a January 6 rally, following which 's supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol.  

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