To say Rudy Giuliani has a lot on his plate right now is a bit of an understatement. As the President’s personal attorney, cybersecurity advisor, and current holder of Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop, he’s got a lot going on. The former Mayor can’t catch a break and by fault of no one’s but his own, America’s mayor has become America’s weird uncle.
Rudy has never exactly been the most comforting or reliable source of information — with his cliche henchmen and butt dialing reporters, leading to leaks of potentially delicate information. Not to mention his constant media antics, where he is no stranger to yelling and revealing breaking news on accident. But this latest media meltdown during an interview on Fox Business was something else.
Host Lisa Kennedy Montgomery had a tense discussion with Giuliani, where she suggested that the Hunter Biden laptop fiasco reported by the New York Post was similar to the now-famous Christopher Steele dossier on Donald Trump. To say this infuriated Giuliani wouldn’t do it justice, his eyes bulged and his voice raised saying:
You better apologize for that! I’ve been a United States attorney, associate attorney general, mayor of New York City and a member of the bar for 50 years.”
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Giuliani raged on saying it was “outrageous defamation” to be compared to the British former intelligence officer and pouted saying, “I think our interview is now over, I don’t talk to people who accuse me.” Rudy then went on to be interviewed for another five minutes, accusing Kennedy of repeating false propaganda.
Eventually, even though Rudy threatened to leave the interview just previously, the conversation moved on to the other inevitable topic at hand, Giuliani’s unfortunate appearance in the “Borat” sequel where it appears he fondles himself after being led to a hotel room by a woman playing Borat’s daughter.
“I have a 15-year-old daughter, I watched that, I was kinda grossed out by it,” Kennedy said.
Giuliani responded by sticking to his guns, saying he was laying on the bed and tucking his shirt in with his hands down his pants, just like most of us tuck in our pants, I’m sure.
The awkward interview ended with Giuliani, who never left the interview despite threatening to do so saying, “I have not loved this conversation, I find this conversation totally insulting.”
Watch the eye-bulging anger in real-time here:
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