Rudy Giuliani is an interesting character who has been lurking around the edges of the Donald Trump realm. He has stood in the shadows playing a bigger part than people realize. Indeed, he might be described as a manipulator of the deep state or even the guardian of the swamp.
Former conservative presidential candidate Pat Buchanan once said according to The New York Times:
‘[T]his swamp: it’s a protected wetland; they [politicians] breed in it, they spawn in it.’
Former Missouri Senator and MSNBC contributor Claire McCaskill said:
‘You can believe Dead frog before you can believe Trump.’
Of course, Trump may have been the one who killed the frog or perhaps, Giuliani. The former New York City mayor tweeted:
‘.@LouDobbs There is no way in the world President Trump would say this to John Bolton. It’s a shame that a man will sacrifice his integrity to make a few bucks on a book. No wonder he accomplished so little as National Security Advisor.’
Senior ABC producer John Santucci tweeted that the former mayor said Bolton “wasn’t man enough” to confront Giuliani:
‘More from Rudy – “He [Bolton] never once expressed concern to me. If he had confronted me, I could have explained it to him…..He [Bolton] wasn’t man enough to just ask and instead makes false and irresponsible barges to write a book about his failed career.’
Twitter world went over the top. Take a look at what they had to say and have a laugh or two:
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