Donald Trump’s TV attorney Rudy Giuliani is about one letter short of a complete word. The former New York mayor performed his eye-rolling, grimacing carnival act, and the president loved it, calling him a “good man.” Unfortunately, the old guy has finally stepped off of the sanity cliff.
Giuliani tweeted a comparison of the Delta Forces’ and Kurds’ attack on the ISIS leader to President Barack Obama’s operation against…someone. Giuliani was referring to the killing of some guy named Ben Laden.
Who was that? Joe Laden’s brother? A member of the Kentucky Laden family? Maybe, he was talking about the guy who walked on a tightrope across Niagra Falls. Why would 44 want to take him out?
It has been grueling to figure out who the president’s fixer had in mind. Chances are, Giuliani was talking about the Ben who lived down the street from him, the one he hated for playing his music too loud. at 8:00 pm. Or was that guy named “Boris?” Who knows.
Of course, there was the rarest of possibilities the former mayor was referring to some guy in the Middle East. We never knew that American names were popular there. However, it appears that the boys’ name “Ben” was fourth from the top in Afghanistan, just after “Rand, “Lindsey,” and the number one favorite “Al.”
Actually, the former NYC mayor probably did mean Osama bin Laden in his tweet. Nice spelling, Judy Ruiliani:
‘Contrast the reaction to the killing of Ben(sic) Laden. I and my fellow Republicans congratulated President Obama. Are we better than the Dems who are criticizing @realDonaldTrump. No,but maybe it can be a teaching moment to decent Americans to reject this pathology of political hate.’
Twitter world had a good laugh at Giuliani’s expense. Check out some of the fun responses below:
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