If anyone’s having a terrible 2020, it has to be Trump’s personal lawyer and former mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani, who’s having a very tough time trying to prove the President’s claims the recent election was one big fraud.
Firstly he got roasted in a very comprising scene in the new Borat film. He was then tricked into doing a press conference outside a gardening centre. In mid-November, he was filmed with hair dye running down his face in another press conference and now, to top things off, the 76-year-old has reportedly contracted coronavirus.
Unfortunately for Giuliani, the embarrassing moments haven’t finished yet and people are now debating whether he farted – not once, but twice – during a public hearing in Lansing, Michigan over apparent election fraud on Friday.
Discover the windy truth for yourself below:
Huffpost journalist Ryan J. Reilly was the first to call out Giuliani’s bottom burps and even tried contacting him via social media for confirmation only to discover he’d been blocked.
Still, video of the incident did cause a fair bit of merriment on social media, someone describing it as “peak 2020”.
“Rudy Giuliani lets a hot fart rip while spewing lies in insane Michigan testimony,” tweeted one.
Another added: “That fart was the most honest thing to come out of Giuliani in a decade.”
While another was more circumspect: “What on earth happened to Rudolph Giuliani?? He was instrumental in bringing down the mafia, provided amazing leadership at the time of the 9/11 attacks. But now? Disgraced and morally bankrupt..not a shred of professional or political credibility…”
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