Rudy Giuliani promotes Long Island deli as it emerges that

Rudy Giuliani promotes Long Island deli as it emerges that “America's Mayor” owes the Palm Beach Golf Club $40,000 in unpaid fees and the TRUMP establishment another $647

“America’s Mayor” Rudy Giuliani was filmed promoting a mom and pop deli. It turned out he owed $40,000 in unpaid fees to a Florida golf club and another $647 to an investment owned by his old boss, Donald Trump.

At Giuliani's most recent appearance, he raved about a meat sandwich from Sea-Port Deli in Setauket, Long Island.

In the hilarious video, he holds the plastic plate with the Dagwood on it – a ham, roast beef and turkey sandwich – while making a variety of breathtaking facial expressions.

“The sandwiches are huge – and great.” That's two sandwiches – come on – I've already eaten half of them. “It’s not a sandwich, it’s a meal.”

It's unclear whether Giuliani was paid to promote the deli or if he just did it out of loyalty to a favorite store – although he definitely needs the money.

In the video, Giuliani holds the plastic plate with the Dogwood on it – a ham, roast beef and turkey sandwich – and makes various breathtaking facial expressions

Bankruptcy records show the former New York prosecutor and New York mayor, 79, is $38,520 in the red from the Emerland Dunes County Club in Palm Beach.

And Giuliani – once celebrated for the NYC cleanup and his inspiring response to the 9/11 attacks – owes another $647 to the Trump International Golf Club, also in West Palm Beach.

The bankruptcy filings represent a further humiliation for the once-celebrated lawyer who unsuccessfully fought Donald Trump's election fraud claims in 2020 and has since been indicted over claims he interfered in Georgia's election results.

Bankruptcy filings reveal that the city's former mayor paid a slew of unpaid fees, including a staggering $38,520 from the posh Emerland Dunes Country Club based in West Palm Beach, Florida, according to The Independent.

The former mayor of New York holds the sandwich called

The former mayor of New York holds the sandwich called “Dagwood,” which consists of ham, roast beef, turkey, American cheese, lettuce, tomato and onion and costs $16.25

The lush grounds of Emerald Dunes Country Club in West Palm Beach, Florida

The lush grounds of Emerald Dunes Country Club in West Palm Beach, Florida

In the documents, the claim is listed as “disputed.”

Court documents also revealed that Donald Trump's once-esteemed attorney now owes the former president $647 in unpaid fees at the Trump International Golf Club, also in West Palm Beach.

It is unclear why the former president chose not to write about his friend and confidant's alleged debts.

Giuliani falsely accused two Georgia election workers of fraud as he tried to help Trump overturn his 2020 election loss, but in December he was ordered by a federal judge to pay more than $148 million to the two women .

He called the decision “absurd,” but filed for bankruptcy a few days later.

An FEC filing showed Giuliani raised more than $700,000 to pay his legal fees. Thirteen of those donors were friends of Trump

The West Palm Beach Golf Club is surrounded by majestic palm trees

The West Palm Beach Golf Club is surrounded by majestic palm trees

Donald Trump, Melania Trump and Rudy Giuliani attend the US Ryder Cup Captain's Picks press conference in New York City on September 2, 2014

Donald Trump, Melania Trump and Rudy Giuliani attend the US Ryder Cup Captain's Picks press conference in New York City on September 2, 2014

To support his legal defense, Trump also hosted a $100,000-a-plate fundraiser for Giuliani, held at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

The disgraced former mayor also claims that Trump owes him money for unpaid legal fees related to several lawsuits surrounding the 2020 election.

Giuliani's mounting legal fees also include the $387,000 in fees he owes to the law firm that helped him with a number of other lawsuits, including the 2021 FBI raid.

In December 2022, he avoided a prison sentence on a contempt order following a financial dispute over a divorce agreement with his third wife, Judith Giuliani. She had said her ex owed her $260,000, reported.

Giuliani put his Manhattan co-op on the market for $6.5 million, and his former lawyer Robert Costello and his law firm sued him in the fall over $1.4 million in unpaid bills from multiple investigations.

His financial empire is worth about $50 million and failed to escape bankruptcy court, the news outlet said.