Donald Trump’s Mouthpiece, Rudy Giuliani, Told To Shut Up And Take A Vacation By Republicans After He Screams At Other Guests On Fox News

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It seems like Rudy Giuliani cannot get enough of his negative press exposure, as he recently delivered yet another dramatic performance as a guest on Fox News, attacking many of his fellow guests.

Donald Trump’s lawyer and favorite mouthpiece was angry over what he deemed to be nonsense conspiracy theories about Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, and implying that the State Department was behind his contact with Ukraine on behalf of the president.

This was all in response to a recent reporting from the Washington Post, which implied that they were trying to figure out what Giuliani was doing with Ukraine — were his actions legal or not?

Giuliani responded by holding up his phone and waving it around, claiming that he was working on behalf of the agency, and noting that he had phone records which would confirm his point.

He went on to confirm that the state department was behind his actions, and he had never talked to any officials from Ukraine until the state department requested him to do it.

The former mayor of New York and failed president candidate then went on to report every conversation he had had, implying that everything was on the record.

This did not seem to do much good for Giuliani; however, as it drew even more negative attention to him from multiple sides.

Many people have accused the lawyer of acting inappropriately and possibly trying to cover up something behind the scenes.

Republicans want him to stop talking and to take an extended vacation as they scramble to clear Trump’s name.

Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) said this: “I have great respect for Mr. Giuliani, but I said this yesterday and take it for what it’s worth: He’s wild as a March hare. He’s like a lot of senators, and he’s kind of a free-range chicken, he kind of gets out there. What he says is his business, I don’t speak for him.”

Another member of the GOP told Politico: “I think it would be a good thing if he would go take a vacation.”

This unnamed politician claimed: “I wish he would shut the heck up.”

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who has been doing a lot talking, said this about Giuliani: “Rudy’s saying a lot of things, and I’m not sure he’s helping the president by being on TV every 15 minutes.”

However, it is not known what exactly Giuliani might have up his sleeve at the moment, and his overall position has been very controversial in the eye of the public.

It will likely take some time for the full truth to come out.

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