Giuliani Gets Mad At Twitter, Doesn't Seem To Understand How It Works

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With no facts or justification, he blamed Twitter, saying employees there are "cardcarrying anti-Trumpers". But, we shouldn't forget Giuliani's previous jobs.

Still, that doesn't directly answer Giuliani's claim that he couldn't recreate the issue a second time. Of course, when the press explored what that actually meant, it was fairly limited. "Basically, not to prevent a Target [breach], but how to prevent a Target CEO being fired".

Before he took office, Trump named Giuliani a cybersecurity adviser.

While he may be right, his argument shows a clear misunderstanding of the internet.

There's a lot going on here, so if you haven't been following all of this, it may take a bit to unpack.

And based on some of the other tweets he's posted recently ... Giuliani is making a weird unfounded claim that Mueller is specifically timing his indictments to times when the President is about to leave town for global gatherings.

Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's former lawyer, is busy singing for his freedom to Robert Mueller and those involved with the Russian Federation investigation.

Last Friday, during one of his rambling Twitter tears at special counsel Robert Mueller, Giuliani forgot to include a space and accidentally formed the URL "". The next sentence begins "In".

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The absence of any such bloc would hurt companies that have built supply chains that crisscross the three countries' borders. The 90-day period covers not only Christmas and New Year, but also the Chinese New Year, which comes in February in 2019.

The internet also mocked Giuliani for blaming Twitter instead of realizing he created the link.

The result was a simple website that declares "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country" and includes a link to information related to the Mueller investigation.

The makeshift website quickly went viral, with almost 50,000 Twitter users "liking" Giuliani's tweet and posting anti-Trump messages in the replies.

"The same thing-period no space-occurred later and it didn't happen", Giuliani added, apparently unaware is a top-level domain made available for global use and maintained by the Indian government, or how hyperlinks work in general. At the time of this writing, Giuliani's tweet had 17,248 retweets and 46,827 likes.

A spokesperson told Fortune that the company's "service worked as designed". Or that the reason Helsinki.Either didn't also turn into a link is that.either is not a valid domain name.

A Twitter spokesman said "the accusation that we're artificially injecting something into a tweet is completely false".

Several people noted the former mayor of New York City was, a one time, a top cybersecurity advisor to Trump.