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In @NYTMag: Jonathan Mahler has followed Rudy Giuliani’s career for decades, fascinated by how he always practiced politics with an inability to experience shame. The real question, Mahler writes, isn't "What happened to Rudy?" It's "What happened to us?"
Dos Santos is now facing a corruption investigation and years in prison if she's convicted. But that global network of consulting firms has already helped her put the bulk of her fortune abroad, in tax and secrecy havens where it will be hard to pry loose.
Dos Santos's empire profited off Angola's diamond exports, its dominant mobile phone company, its 2 biggest banks and more. Firms including the Boston Consulting Group, McKinsey & Company, and PwC facilitated her efforts while lending their legitimacy.
Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola's former president, is estimated to be worth over $2 billion. Documents obtained by @ICIJorg and shared with The New York Times show how Western consultants helped her take a cut of her country's wealth.
Prince Harry and Meghan's deal with the royal family has left many unanswered questions, including the tax implications of the split and who will pay for security, along with more esoteric matters such as if they'll ever appear on a royal balcony again
The Senate will control the cameras during the impeachment trial, limiting what viewers will see. Reporters will be confined to roped-off areas. The effect is to make it harder to chronicle the you-are-there details of a historic moment, journalists say.