Oh, Rudy. Donald Trump’s hapless criminal defense attorney Rudy Giuliani just keeps finding ways to walk into traps that have been set for him by Robert Mueller, or by the media, or for that matter traps of his own making. This time Rudy has stepped in it so thoroughly, he’s going off the deep end on a level that’s noteworthy even by his frantic standards.
Over the weekend Rudy Giuliani appeared on ABC This Week and asserted that Donald Trump never signed a letter of intent for the Trump Tower Moscow project. In Rudy’s view, this confirmed that there never really was a deal between Trump and Putin during the 2016 election. But then, like clockwork, by Tuesday evening, CNN suddenly had its hands on a copy of the letter of intent, complete with Trump’s signature. We’re not entirely sure how that happened, but obviously, someone was playing Rudy like a fiddle. He’s not taking it well.
Come to think of it, we’re not even sure if Rudy was lying about the letter, or if he’s so far out of the loop, he never knew about it. Either way, now that he’s playing the fool when it comes to such a crucial smoking gun, he’s reacting rather poorly. Rudy is now insisting to the New York Daily News that the letter is “bullshit” even though Trump signed it. This is the same letter that, just two days earlier, he claimed hadn’t been signed by Trump. Of course now Rudy is refusing to admit that he ever claimed it wasn’t signed.
Although Rudy Giuliani is nearly always in a vaguely rattled and confused state these days, he does tend to get far more flustered and dumbfounded when he knows things are going very wrong for him and Donald Trump. So it’s notable that Rudy is going all the way off the deep end, and then some, when it comes to this signed letter of intent. Either he thinks it’s truly a smoking gun, or he’s realizing that Trump hasn’t even told him the ugly truth about half this stuff, or both.
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