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Old 09-22-2019, 02:44 PM
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Default Rudy Giuliani

I just watched Fox News Sunday, on DVR. One of the guests was White House lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

Every time the host (John Roberts, who was substituting for Chris Wallace) would try to say something, Giuliani would interrupt him. It was as if the latter had his talking points, and he was determined to get them all in--no matter how rude he needed to be, in order to do that.

If I had been hosting the show, the first time that happened--or the second time, at the latest--I would have simply said, "We need to go to commercial break right now"; and Giuliani would not have been there when we returned from break.

I simply despise rudeness--in all of its forms. And the president's lawyer is no exception to that rule.
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