Andrew Giuliani on Russian TV broadcaster: Folks don't need to dwell in America after seeing what occurred to my father
Rudy Giuliani has spent the last 5 years as Donald Trumps lawyer at times. And every time the former New York mayor tried to act for Trump, he humiliated himself.
In addition, Giuliani was not at all careful. Many of his actions were on the verge of the law. So it was no surprise that the FBI raided the attorney's home earlier this month.
Of course, many conservative media outlets have claimed that Giuliani's rights have been violated. And no one has argued more on behalf of the former mayor than his son Andrew.
Andrew Giuliani, who served in Trump's White House, recently criticized his father's treatment on Russian state television. He said to host Scottie Nell Hughes:
“The amazing thing over the past few weeks has been how many people – and some of these people are people who haven't spoken to my father in five or ten years – have come out and said, 'We may not have been with me Agree with your policies, but we totally agree that this is absolutely wrong for our Justice Department to politicize something as badly as you do. "
The chatter continued: "So there were people who were very strong Trump supporters and some who were not Trump supporters. You don't want to live in a country where there is a Justice Department that politicizes something in such a way that a former president's personal advice is actually being spied on by the Justice Department. "
While the comments are ridiculous, it's no surprise that a son stands up for his father. The young Giuliani is also considering running for the governorship of New York and is happy about any kind of advertising.
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