Rudy Giuliani gets owned trying to defend Donald Trump on ‘Meet The Press’
It’s almost impossible to defend the leaked video that surfaced Friday in which Donald Trump makes repulsive comments about groping women but Rudy Giuliani is going to try.
The former New York City mayor appeared on NBC’s Meet The Press on Sunday morning when host Chuck Todd delivered a question which left Giuliani speechless.
“One thing he’s not is what came across in WikiLeaks, and that is two people, Giuliani said to Todd, attempting to shift the conversation away from Trump. Hillary Clinton actually specifically described that she’s two different people, to the financial people who were giving her millions of dollars, she’s on their side and she wants to be a big part of the government. But she tells them she has to pretend to everybody else that she isnt.
Todd saw his moment, and delivered the following blow.
If you believe that Hillary Clinton says one thing in private and that means what she really is what she is in private, should we assume what Donald Trump did in that Access Hollywood bus is really what Donald Trump is like in private? asked Todd. I mean, that’s what you’re implying here with Hillary Clinton.
Giuliani sighs and looks off camera.
“You know, Chuck, the reality is that in both cases, both people have things in their personal lives that maybe if they could redo it, they would do it differently,” Giuliani responds. “And the reality is that this is a situation in which neither side should throw stones because both sides have sinned.”
On Friday, the Washington Post published a leaked video in which Donald Trump was caught on a hot mic saying he tried to sleep with a married woman, among other lewd comments.
The topic will likely come up Sunday night in the second presidential debate.