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Rudy Giuliani accidentally uploaded a video of himself to YouTube on Wednesday night, in which President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer is seen to mock Asians in a racist manner.
The Daily Beast first reported on the Giuliani video, which appears to be part of a larger interview the former mayor of New York undertook with former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. The Daily Beast reports that the interview, for Spicer’s Common Sense podcast, took place Tuesday and was posted on Giuliani’s personal YouTube page Wednesday.
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) October 15, 2020
In the video, Giuliani is repeatedly seen to put on an Asian accent as well as mock bowing as he talked.
This is not the first time Giuliani, an informal cybersecurity adviser to Trump, has had an embarrassing technical snafu. In October 2019, Giuliani butt-dialed Rich Shapiro, a journalist with NBC News, and left a message in which he is heard to lament his cash-flow problems.
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