I’m not kidding. I really am tired of the incredibly stupid things Rudy Giuliani says.
I find it hard to believe he was a lawyer and some point in time, top prosecutor in the Southern District of New York, the mayor of New York, even a Presidential candidate.
Now, he seems like he paid for his paralegal certificate at Trump University, couldn’t get a job, and just stands in front of the courthouse holding up cardboard signs saying gibberish and yelling out conspiracy theories. His latest?
Giuliani somehow thinks he should be able to “correct” Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report in case he is wrong and because Mueller is not God. I sh## not!
Interviewing with The Hill, Giuliani said “as a matter of fairness, they should show it to you — so we can correct it if they’re wrong. “They’re not God, after all. They could be wrong.”
“Of course we have to see [the report] before it goes to Congress. We have reserved executive privilege and we have a right to assert it. The only way we can assert it is if we see what is in the report.”
You don’t have to be an attorney to know how wrong legally Giuliani’s statements are, not to mention ignorant.
However, I do give credit to the journalists that interview Giuliani and don’t break out in laughter or at least ask WTF?
This whole situation has become a farce and I’ll say it again: this is the most important investigation in our nation’s history. The Constitution will be challenged like never before. Loyalties will be tested whether to political parties or the law. And yet, this is the top lawyer for the defense?
Trust me when I say I try to limit my posts on Giuliani. His comments exceed ignorance and his ethics in representing Trump are substandard at best.
I keep saying it: Giuliani should have faced sanctions from the New York Bar by now.
On a positive note, if you are anti-Trump like I am, the best thing that happened for us is that Giuliani is Trump’s lawyer. I’m pretty sure Special Counsel Mueller will send a “thank you” basket to Giuliani at some point because he no doubt made Mueller’s job easier.
At this point, speaking law school talk, a 1L, first year law student, would run circles around Vincent Gambino, I mean Rudy “Gibberish” Giuliani. And I wouldn’t be surprised if in criminal procedure classes Giuliani is used as an example of “how not to handle representation of a client in a criminal investigation.”
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
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