Rudy Giuliani Doesn't Seem to Know How the Internet Works

Rudy Giuliani Doesn't Seem to Know How the Internet Works

A critic of President Trump turned a Twitter typo by his lawyer Rudy Giuliani - which accidentally created a hyperlink to a domain space in India - into a website bashing the commander-in-chief. "Out of control! Supervision please?" declared the former mayor of New York's tweet.

Velazquez's webpage consists of two elements, displayed the message that Giuliani described as "disgusting": "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country" and carrying a link to coverage of Mueller's investigation.

Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's former lawyer, is busy singing for his freedom to Robert Mueller and those involved with the Russian Federation investigation. When publishing his tweet, Giuliani did not notice that Twitter had turned it blue, indicating it was clickable.

Mr Giuliani left out a space between a full stop and the following word within a tweet, which caused the text to become a link. "Many complaints", Trump tweeted.

[H]ardOCP: Qualcomm Abandons $44 Billion NXP Acquisition
Thus far, other high-profile mergers and acquisitions involving USA companies in other sectors have received Chinese approval. United States lawmakers also passed reforms earlier this year that increased CFIUS' scrutiny of deals.

This is not the first time a Twitter typo by Mr Giuliani has drawn the wrong kind of attention. With no facts or justification, he blamed Twitter, saying employees there are "cardcarrying anti-Trumpers". He shared what he had done on Twitter, writing, "Rudy didn't separate g-20 from.in so ya boy bought the domain".

To bolster his argument, Giuliani noted that his second "period no space" error ("Helsinki.Either") didn't generate a link.

"Without thinking, I went and purchased the domain and then I thought, 'I could literally put whatever I want up and he would either have to delete the tweet or leave it up because you can't edit a tweet, '" he said. Time Magazine also may fit that description.

In recent weeks, the social media platform banned numerous political operatives, including conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and far-right provocateur Laura Loomer. Giuliani also demanded fairness.

Related Articles