According to the Guardian Rudy Giuliani sent a rather strange letter to Romanian President about some fighting against corruption issues:
In a letter to Romanian president Klaus Iohannis (..) Giuliani sharply criticised what he called “excesses made in the name of ‘law enforcement’” by Romania’s national anti-corruption directorate. The agency, he said, had used unfair tactics against suspects and intimidated judges and lawyers.
“An amnesty should be given to those who have been prosecuted and convicted through the excesses,” Giuliani said, claiming “many innocent people” had been jailed.
This speech blatantly resembles the speech of some of the politicians in power.
The same article mentions that this letter contradicts what seems to be the official politics of US related to the same issue:
The state department moved to distance itself from Giuliani’s intervention. Asked if the US agreed with his remarks, a spokesman said: “Romania until recently has shown considerable progress in combating corruption and building effective rule of law. We encourage Romanians to continue on this path.” The White House did not respond to a request for comment.
Of course, this letter created some stir in Romania where there have been many protests against current Government, mainly related to anti-corruption law changes.
I am wondering if this divergence was clarified by the White House or not.
Question: Was Rudy Giuliani's divergent opinions related to Romania's fighting against corruption clarified?