Rudy Giuliani has no idea how the internet works

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After the story broke, instead of deleting the tweet to take responsibility for his error, Giuliani instead made a decision to use the incident as fuel for those on the right to continue the narrative that Twitter is anti-Trump and anti-conservative.

"Twitter allowed someone to invade my text with a disgusting anti-President message".

Once again, Giuliani is Trump's special adviser on cybersecurity and he doesn't understand that the link was generated automatically.

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. "Out of control! Supervision please?" declared the former mayor of New York's tweet.

In August, he accidentally wrote "hate 'me" rather than "hate 'em" leading several users to respond that they were happy to comply. The same thing-period no space-occurred later and it didn't happen. 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".

Most twitterians lauded the person who bought the domain and captioned it.

In January of 2017, Trump named Giuliani as his cybersecurity advisor.

This tweet just goes further to prove that Mr. Giuliani is illiterate when it comes to social media and the internet in general. Time Magazine also may fit that description.

Several Twitter users suggested that Trump's lawyer might be a secret member of the so-called "Resistance", which allegedly sabotages the U.S. president's "dangerous" initiatives from within the White House. There, you can find many, many articles about Mueller's Russian Federation investigation and the Trump-related discoveries thereof.

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