Full-Frontal Humiliation Is The Name Of The Game As Twitter Unleashes Its Fury On Rudy Giuliani

Former associates, legal experts, celebrities, and every day American citizens tear into Rudy Giuliani in the wake of his failing media blitz.

It’s hard to believe that it has only been a week since Trump’s attorney and former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani launched an effort to help Trump in his efforts to break into prison.

It started last Wednesday when Giuliani told Fox News host Sean Hannity that Trump paid back his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, the $130,000 in hush money that was used to pay off Stormy Daniels. Democratic Representative Ted Lieu of California was quick to respond to the news, tweeting that Giuliani had implicated Trump in 4 possible felonies.

Using his keen sense of observation [ha ha], Trump gleaned that Giuliani might indeed be pushing him over the prison wall – so a decision was made.

As The Washington Post reported:

On Friday, Trump threw Giuliani under the bus and for the zillionth time made all those flacking for him look foolish. Trump told reporters at a press gaggle at Andrews Air Force Base: “I will tell you this:  When Rudy made the statement — Rudy is great — but Rudy had just started, and he wasn’t totally familiar with every — you know, with everything.  And Rudy — we love Rudy, he’s a special guy.  What he really understands is that this is a witch hunt.  He understands that probably better than anybody.”

Giuliani recanted his remarks as well, “effectively admitting that the statements he had made over the past 36 hours or so were incriminating.”

A reboot firmly in place, Trump left the door to Giuliani’s cage open, unleashing his keen intellect on ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos in the form of a Sunday morning interview where he dropped 4 major bombs on any possibility of Trump avoiding legal trouble.

First he didn’t rule out the possibility that Trump would invoke the Fifth Amendment, implying that he could incriminate himself on criminal conduct if questioned by legal authorities. Next, he suggested – no said – that Trump would not comply with any subpoena from Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, et al. Continuing, he said that he expected Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen to cooperate with Mueller and suggested that Trump likely paid hush money to women other than Stormy Daniels.

Responding to Stephanopoulos asking whether he knew if Cohen paid other women to keep them quiet, Giuliani responded: “I have no knowledge of that, but I would think if it was necessary, yes.”

As one might expect, Twitter has been buzzing the last week in the wake of these stunning interviews.

Michael R. Bromwich was among many fellow colleagues of Giuliani who weighed in when he tweeted: “For those of us who worked for Giuliani 30+ years ago, his decline over the past 10 years has been sad and embarrassing to watch. His recent unhinged attacks — on the FBI, Comey, Mueller, the SDNY—have brought him to the lowest point yet.”

For those of you unfamiliar with Bromwich, here’s a short excerpt from his official bio:

Over the course of a career that has spanned more than 35 years, Mr. Bromwich has tackled a variety of challenging assignments. He has been a federal prosecutor [Southern District of New York where he worked with Giuliani], a special prosecutor [Iran-Contra and one of 3 attorneys who prosecuted Oliver North], an inspector general {for the Department of Justice from 1994 to 1999], the country’s top offshore drilling regulator, the compliance monitor of major public companies and public agencies, and a lawyer who has practiced with some of the most widely-respected law firms in the country. He has been called on countless times – by public corporations, private companies, federal, state, and local governments, cabinet secretaries, and the President of the United States – to deal with issues and problems of the greatest private and public significance.

Hollywood actor, writer, director, producer, and activist Rob Reiner weighed in as well, suggesting that Trump’s legal strategy appears to be based on “stupidity and dementia.”

Twitter user Wes Smith concurred, tweeting: “Note To Self: If I ever find myself in deep shit like Trump – DO NOT!! drag a washed up, has-been lawyer out of the Mental Institution to defend me.”

Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, has been all over Giuliani on the news shows the last week and on Twitter. After the disastrous interview with Sean Hannity, Avenatti taunted both Giuliani and Fox News, tweeting: “Whatever happens @foxandfriends, please do not stop helping our case week in and week out by having Mr. Trump and Mr. Giuliani appear and make damaging stmts. You are truly THE BEST; where can we send the gift basket? #basta”

Referring to the Stephanopoulos interview, he tweeted: “I would urge the public to watch Mr. Giuliani’s full interview on @ThisWeekABC. An unmitigated disaster. This is what happens when you can’t keep your lies straight. #basta”

The list of tweets bashing Giuliani’s failed media interview outbursts goes on and on, but that gives you a pretty good idea how Twitter has been responding so far.

Imagine what it is going to be like once Giuliani finishes helping Trump over the wall of the federal penitentiary…. All hell is going to break out on Twitter as well as considerable celebration from coast-to-coast.

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