Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's lawyer, is echoing the rhetoric of his employer, claiming voter fraud and citing Joe Biden's win in the 2020 presidential election as false.
The top lawyer for Donald Trump held a freakish press conference that was not aired by several news channels on Thursday (November 19), in which he continued to attempt to make an unfounded case for overturning the results of the 2020 presidential election.
During a press conference on Thursday, Giuliani attempted to lay out a case for allegations of voter fraud during the 2020 United States presidential election, becoming highly animated while speaking to reporters.More news: Why more people may die if Trump doesn’t cooperate - Biden
The Times reported that Giuliani's request sparked tension among Trump's aides and advisers, who ultimately ruled out his high asking price. Hopefully, moving forward, Giuliani lets his hair dye set in before going on TV.
Following the presidential election, Trump and his GOP allies quickly filed at least 22 election-related lawsuits after USA media projected a Joe Biden victory.
As Giuliani repeated conspiracy theories and discussed the various "pathways to victory" for his boss, Trump reveled in the lawyer's message as he looked on from the White House, tweeting of "an open and shut case of voter fraud". Trump has claimed without evidence that the election was stolen. Like the president, he too was watching Giuliani's performance.More news: Cyberpunk 2077 Breathtaking Trailer & Video Are All About Johnny Silverhand & Keanu Reeves
"Giuliani spoke at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington on November 19, 2020, where he claimed that Trump was "way ahead on election night" and that he had "'hundreds' of sworn affidavits".
Giuliani, the former mayor of NY, took a dig at a big city rival when he claimed that New Jersey residents crossing state lines to vote in Pennsylvania was "as frequent as getting beaten up at a Philadelphia Eagle football game".More news: Ontario to get 2.4 million COVID-19 vaccines in early 2021: Elliott