Rudy Giuliani rages against House Judiciary Chairman in grotesque Twitter meltdown
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani (left) and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY, right). Images via screengrab.

Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani used grotesque imagery when lashing out at a Democratic congressman leading an investigation into the president in a pair of rage-tweets Wednesday afternoon.


Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, said that New York Democrat and House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler "is lashing out personally because on national tv [sic] it was easy to expose his bias."

"Jerry’s diarrhea of the mouth produced a year of statements showing pre-judgement," the president's attorney tweeted. "His lack of judiciousness was evident when he was overheard on Amtrak prematurely planning impeachment."

Ten minutes later, Giuliani added that Nadler "has pre-judged his investigation," likening him to a judge who tells a defendant "I’ll give you a trial, before I hang you."

"He has rendered his investigation illegitimate based on his injudicious remarks," the attorney added. "He has created a legal basis to challenge any subpoena until he is removed."