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Rudy Giuliani Asked For A Q&A — He Might Not Have Expected These Questions

Rudy Giuliani, once the Mayor of New York City, then the personal attorney to the President of the United States, is now a podcaster with his license to practice law suspended in both New York and Washington D.C..

WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES – NOV 19: Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, lawyer for U.S. President Donald Trump, speaks during a news conference about lawsuits contesting the results of the presidential election at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Thursday Nov. 19, 2020. (Photo by Sarah Silbiger for The Washington Post via Getty Images)

His podcast is unironically titled Common Sense, and the former Mayor uses it to share his political views along with advertisements for MyPillow products and gold Trump coins. This week, he had decided to do a Q&A, taking questions from his Twitter followers and answering them on his Wednesday episode.

However, the questions he received were largely about how he justifies working for Donald Trump, whether he feels that his integrity is intact, and about Trump’s culpability for a list of alleged crimes. Of course, there were also a few digs about the ex-president’s reputation for not paying his lawyers, and about Giuliani’s own legal situation.

Oof.

There were also a few that went too far to be included here, addressing Giuliani’s appearance in the Borat movie, where he appeared to expect that a young interviewer (an adult actress playing a teen character) was interested in a sexual interlude with him. (Giuliani has maintained that he only had his hand in his pants to tuck in his shirt.)

The new episode of Common Sense isn’t released until Wednesday, but it seems unlikely that Giuliani will be addressing any of these questions on it, and they’re probably not what he had in mind when he promised to read and answer questions on the show.



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