The move infuriated Giuliani, the Post reports, who again took to Twitter to complain that "Twitter allowed someone to invade my text with a disgusting anti-President message", Giuliani tweeted, adding that the "same thing-period no space-occurred later and it didn't happen".
In three instances, Giuliani failed to insert a space between two sentences.
While it appeared Giuliani was unaware for several days that one of his tweets was being used to insult the president, that changed Tuesday. "Out of control!Supervision please?"
A simple goof on Twitter capitalized upon by an enterprising web designer raised questions yesterday over just how much President Donald Trump's lawyer - and cyber security adviser - Rudy Giuliani understands the internet.
In Giuliani's original tweet, he seemingly accidentally missed a space and created the hyperlink "G-20.In", which Atlanta-based marketing director Jason Velazquez quickly turned into a site that exclaims, "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country". In an interview with the New York Times, the improv comedy explained the process only took him 15 minutes, and he carried it out before he hit the stage.
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Following the November 28 briefing, Pompeo and Mattis told reporters there was no direct evidence tying MBS to Khashoggi's murder. Khashoggi". "Saudi Arabia is a strategic ally and the relationship is worth saving", Graham said, "but not at all costs".
It was the type of throwaway gag that entertains Twitter users for a few hours before forever fading from memory. He characterized it as evidence that Twitter employees were "cardcarrying anti-Trumpers".
While he now works as a legal advisor to the White House, Trump originally brought Giuliani in as a cybersecurity advisor. Time Magazine also may fit that description. In any case, a Twitter spokesperson said that it can't edit user's tweets, and "the accusation that we're artificially injecting something into a tweet is completely false".
Rudy Giuliani's tweet, with the link to the G-20.In domain. Ted Stevens, a former senator from Alaska, was roundly mocked in 2006 when he described the internet as "a series of tubes".
Still, that doesn't directly answer Giuliani's claim that he couldn't recreate the issue a second time. And, in a show of incompetence would be breathtaking had there not been so many prior previews, Giuliani has now demonstrated he does not even know how URLs work.