Rudy Giuliani seemed to indicate Tuesday evening that he has every intention of testifying at President Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial.
Then again, seconds later, he suggested he’d be the attorney presenting the case since he “invented” the prosecution of racketeering cases when he was U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Speaking to reporters at a New Year’s Eve party held Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Florida golf resort, Giuliani remarked:
“I would testify, I would do demonstrations. I’d give lectures, I’d give summations. Or, I’d do what I do best, I’d try the case. I’d love to try the case.”
Try the case? As unhinged as Rudy is these days, not only would Trump wind up being found guilty and booted from office, he’d also wind up in prison with a life sentence.
But that wasn’t all Giuliani had to say as the New Year was about to dawn. There was also this:
“Well, I don’t know if anybody would have the courage to give me the case, but if you give me the case, I will prosecute it as a racketeering case, which I kind of invented, anyway.”
— QuickTake by Bloomberg (@QuickTake) January 1, 2020
Consider for a moment the possibility of Rudy Giuliani showing up and being questioned by a House impeachment manager. Can you imagine the rambling, incriminating soliloquy that would take place? And on national television, no less!
Rudy has delusions of grandeur. He thinks he can make all of Trump’s legal and political problems disappear if he just spins enough BS conspiracy theories and tries to trash the Biden family with bogus conspiracy theories.
No wonder Trump is so fond of the former New York City mayor. Both of them have about as much sense as a rock.
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