But despite all of that, including claims that Trump is ‘refusing to pay’ Giuliani’s massive legal fees, New York City’s former mayor took another shot at standing up for the president on Twitter. Unfortunately for him, he made one critical error.
Responding to a tweet listing political ‘traitors’ ("I’ll never support the Republican Party again. I have ZERO in common with Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham, Ben Sasse, Liz Cheney, Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, Mitt Romney, and 90% of the worthless backstabbers”) Giuliani tried to urge the same sentiment.
How about we keep the Party of Lincoln, Reagan and Trump and the traitors leave. https://t.co/5l9XVVZfMt
This all comes as Giuliani is facing a $1.3bn lawsuit after he was accused of defaming voting machine company Dominion in a "big lie" campaign about widespread fraud in the presidential election, an effort to assist Trump in hindering the democratic process.
So it is sort of surprising that after all this, Giuliani is still willing to support his former boss – but for now he’s sticking with his guns. At least he may learn the importance of proper punctuation.