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Even the women of the conservative mediasphere can go only so far when it comes to Rudolph Giuliani’s apparent pervin’.
The former mayor of New York City, and personal attorney to Donald Trump, found himself confronted by Kennedy, a primetime host on the Fox Business Network for finding himself in a compromising position on film in Sacha Baron Cohen’s new movie, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.
Specifically, it involves the scene catching all the headlines, which involves 24-year-old actress Maria Bakalova, the 24-year-old actor who plays Borat’s 15-year-old daughter, Tutar, a news reporter.
“Tutar” conducts a farcical interview with Giuliani, who accompanies the young woman back to her hotel room.
She helps remove his wired microphone, at which point Giuliani lays back on the bed, puts his hand down his pants and starts breathing heavily.
It makes for a highly incriminating picture for the 76-year-old Giuliani, who appeared on Kennedy’s program Tuesday evening.
“I know I have a 15-year-old daughter. I watched that it was kind of grossed out by,” she said. “I’m giving you a chance to explain.”
Giuliani claimed that he was the aggrieved party and he was simply trying to tuck in his shirt.
“I called the police when I realized that it was a scam. I called the police and he ran away. Because the minute–the minute she said something compromising–I called the police. Whether you believe it or not, stacking my shirt in,” he said. “He made it appear as if it was something different. The minute she said she would give me a massage, call my security guy we called the New York City Police Department who came there, and his 50 man crew ran out of the place but said that’s what happened.
“Would you like to ask me any other? Any other questions to attack me for merely coming on your show to show you what criminals they are? From the hard drive that has been verified by about 50 people including The New York Post,” Giuliani added, referring to the largely debunked Hunter Biden story, as the interview with Kennedy became more and more heated.
Ultimately, Giuliani demanded an apology.
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