Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's attorney and former mayor of New York City, suggested his Twitter account was compromised after his account unintentionally tweeted a link to an anti-Trump website.
As for Giuliani, he demonstrated a spectacular misunderstanding of how Twitter works by accusing the platform of allowing someone to "invade [his] text", and change the message.
G-20.In is a real domain name, but it hadn't been used before Giuliani tweeted it. Twitter automatically converts such valid links into blue, clickable text.
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'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. But last night Giuliani chose to take the nonsense to extreme levels of nonsense, accusing "cardcarrying anti-Trumpers" at Twitter of allowing "someone to invade" his tweet to insert that link.
For full effect you must first read the tweet where he's obviously freaking out about recent indictments and the hovering guilt of President Trump.
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While he now works as a legal advisor to the White House, Trump originally brought Giuliani in as a cybersecurity advisor.
A Twitter spokesman said "the accusation that we're artificially injecting something into a tweet is completely false".
Still, that doesn't directly answer Giuliani's claim that he couldn't recreate the issue a second time. But he tried to post a tweet with.rudygiuliani, for instance, it wouldn't create a link. "Many complaints", Trump tweeted. He tells CNET the whole process took him 15 minutes, and "I did it, mostly, because I could".
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Keep that in mind as we travel back to Friday, when Giuliani tweeted some complaints about Special Counsel Robert Mueller. "Either I affect what his message is, or I affect what his message is".