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Rudy Giuliani insists he isn't drinking before TV interviews

Rudy Giuliani insists he isn't drinking before TV interviews

CLEVELAND, OH - JULY 18:  Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani delivers a speech on the first day of the Republican National Convention on July 18, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. An estimated 50,000 people are expected in Cleveland, including hundreds of protesters and members of the media. The four-day Republican National Convention kicks off on July 18.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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Rudy Giuliani is doing such a bang-up job as Donald Trump’s personal lawyer that there’s speculation he might be doing television interviews while drunk. MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough brought up the subject on the air, saying that Giuliani hadn’t gotten the Trump cabinet position he wanted because he was “falling asleep five minutes into meetings” and “drinking too much.” Giuliani had a less-than-convincing rebuttal:

“None of that is true,” Giuliani said of Scarborough’s remarks in an interview Tuesday afternoon. “I’m not sleeping now. I’m in Dallas. I’m wide awake. I’ve handled numerous cases including some sensitive cyber matters. I’m a lot more aware and intelligent than Joe has ever been and a lot more accomplished. Joe hasn’t been knighted by the Queen of England. He hasn’t run a U.S. attorney’s office, much less a city that he turned around or went through 9/11.”

As for the allegations about his drinking, Giuliani acknowledged being a social drinker but said he doesn’t have alcohol early in the day.

“I’m not drinking for lunch,” he said. “I may have a drink for dinner. I like to drink with cigars.”

A cigar, a cocktail and 9/11? Also, can we talk about how convincing “I’m not sleeping now,” said on a Tuesday afternoon, is as a rebuttal to perhaps having had a few drinks before going on the air and saying things that cause problems for your client? And furthermore, being more aware and intelligent and accomplished than Joe Scarborough may not be the world’s largest challenge, but that’s not the question at hand. The question at hand is not what happened in 2001 but how many drinks Giuliani is having before he goes out and makes Stormy Daniels’s lawyer a very happy man on a regular basis.

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