Twitter humiliates Rudy Giuliani for citing Wikipedia to defend Trump

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President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani re-emerged on Friday to defend his client from the impending final report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller by citing a Wikipedia entry. Seriously.

In yet another effort to discredit the Steele dossier, some of which has been verified, Giuliani took to Twitter and used a Wikipedia excerpt as proof that the dossier is “phony.”

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The problem is that anyone can edit a Wikipedia entry, which means it can’t be used as a source and certainly could not be cited in a court of law.

Twitter users responded to Giuliani by mocking him and fact-checking him.

Trump has been harping on about the Steele dossier for weeks now, whining in particularly about the late-Senator John McCain obtaining it and giving it to the FBI.

Now he and Giuliani have been reduced to citing Wikipedia as a defense. They must really be desperate if they are resorting to that route.

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