Rudy Giuliani was once one of the most beloved mayors in America. That reputation is now in tatters. Giuliani has been slammed for his relationship with Donald Trump and was somewhat responsible for his impeachment. The sometimes lawyer was also humiliated last week thanks to an appearance in a new movie released by Sacha Baron Cohen.
Giuliani has also failed to push his Hunter Biden conspiracy theory anywhere past the New York Times. He hasn’t even found a soft landing spot on the Fox News network. On Tuesday, Giuliani became incensed after a tough line of questioning from host Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery.
The host compared Giuliani to Christopher Steele, who was responsible for for the Steele Dossier. Giuliani demanded an apology.
Kennedy then pressed, “I’m accusing you of acting in a capacity to Christopher Steele, and that you were going back and forth between Ukraine and the United States…”
An outraged Giuliani yelled, “I came on your show in good faith to give you evidence that has been withheld from the American people. And I get defamed. That is outrageous!”
The Fox host tried to bring the interview back under control. She did however continue to ask if the information about Hunter Biden came from overseas.
“I did not get them from eastern Europe,” Giuliani said. “You are now repeating lying propaganda from the Democratic National Committee and the crooked Biden family.”
Watch a clip of the segment below, courtesy of the Fox News network:
Rudy Giuliani blows up a Fox Business interview after Lisa Kennedy says people could say he's acting like Trump dossier author Christopher Steele with the Hunter Biden laptop materials: "You better apologize for that … I think our interview is now over" pic.twitter.com/OsIGZ42y1r
— Daniel Chaitin (@danielchaitin7) October 28, 2020
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