Published: Wed, December 05, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Rudy Giuliani has no idea how the internet works

Rudy Giuliani has no idea how the internet works

Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani had a little bit of a mishap on Twitter that started to be noticed more and more after the weekend ended, and he's responding to it as of Tuesday evening.

"Twitter allowed someone to invade my text with a disgusting anti-President message", Giuliani said on Twitter. Because Giuliani accidentally missed a space in his tweet, Twitter mistook "" for a domain name - and presumably at that point, some enterprising internet prankster bought that domain name and put in an anti-Trump message, just to annoy him. The G-20 reference inadvertently created a URL, which was promptly purchased and redirected to a site that says: "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country".

Netizens dissatisfied with US President Donald Trump's actions just received an unexpected gift from a member of the Trump team, Rudy Giuliani, who accidently created a hyperlink in his Tweet by neglecting the space between sentences.

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Daniel Goldman, an MSNBC contributor and former assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of NY, said the president's attorney didn't do his client any favors by admitting Trump was trying to direct Roger Stone to be truthful when testifying in the special counsel probe. "Many complaints", Trump tweeted. Demonstrating a lack of understanding of how web hyperlinks work, he added: "The same thing - period no space - occurred later and it didn't happen". Giuliani also demanded fairness. Don't tell me they are not committed cardcarrying anti-Trumpers.

While Trump's lawyer didn't comment on the mistake, netizens were keen to laugh at Giuliani, who had earlier served as an informal cybersecurity adviser to the U.S. president. Time Magazine also may fit that description.

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