Liberals have another reason to freak out after former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani used the “c” word that Stormy Daniels didn’t want to hear. You won’t want to miss this.
The mainstream media is obsessed with adult film star Stormy Daniels, aka Stephanie Clifford, and her outrageous claims of an affair with President Donald Trump. Like so many other topics extensively covered by the fake news networks, the Stormy Daniels story is almost dead, and to prove it, Rudy Giuliani appeared on ABC’s “This Week” with host George Stephanopoulos to put the nail in the coffin.
Stephanopoulos wasted no time in trying to make Giuliani look bad by bringing up Trump’s recent remarks on Giuliani’s understanding of the Stormy Daniels story. “The president said you didn’t get the facts straight, so let’s try to get some facts on the table, to begin with. The president does acknowledge meeting Stormy Daniels, correct?” Stephanopoulos asked.
Giuliani wasn’t bothered by the dig and simply told Stephanopoulos the facts. “You know, I’m not really involved in the — in the Daniels thing. So I don’t — I don’t know. I mean, he denies that it happened. She has written a letter denying it,” Giuliani said, according to Daily Caller.
After Stephanopoulos brought up the picture of Trump and Daniels standing next to each other, he tried badgering Giuliani into admitting that the two had met each other. Giuliani is way better at this game than Stephanopoulos and showed it by saying, “Well, it looks like my friend Donald Trump before he was president, but — and that looks like the woman who was on Saturday Night Live last night.”
Giuliani followed up his comment by putting into perspective the entire situation with Daniels. “Now, that’s pretty, I think she kind of, god if I were her lawyer I’d be very upset. Fame and fortune, let me make money. How is she damaged? She’s become rich as a result of this. The $130,000 doesn’t mean anything. Boy, I wish that was my case,” he said.
When Stephanopoulos asked if Trump denies any sexual relationship with Daniels, Giuliani replied, “He has. I have not, I’m not, as I said, I’m not involved in that. But the reality is he denies it. She denied it. Then when — when it was opportunistic, right before the election, she came forward and then, of course, the whole thing happened with Michael Cohen. And it’s history now because it wasn’t a campaign anything that… ”
This when Stephanopoulos cut in and pressured Giuliani to say when it was that Trump first learned that Daniels wanted money from him. Giuliani didn’t hold back. “Don’t know and doesn’t matter to me. What matters to me are two things. There are two relevant legal things, which is what my job is. Number one, it was not a campaign contribution because it would have been done anyway,” he said.
“This is the kind of thing that I’ve settled for celebrities and famous people. Every lawyer that does that kind of work has. And number two, even if it was considered a campaign contribution, it was entirely reimbursed out of personal funds, which I don’t think we’ll even get to, because the first one’s enough,” Giuliani continued. “Case closed, case closed for Donald Trump,” he added.
It’s about time that Trump hired someone like Giuliani to squash the idiotic banter in the mainstream media. In my opinion, there should be far more people coming to Trump’s defense, especially in his own party. If Republicans weren’t being led by RINO’s such as Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Paul Ryan (R-WI), then there would be more support for our President. As Trump continues to be attacked by the left on a daily basis, it’s crucial for American patriots to continue supporting him and his agenda. Remember, if liberals are permitted to bring Trump down, they won’t stop there.