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CNN’s Anderson Cooper does hilarious impression to mock Rudy Giuliani as Trump’s ‘legal whoopee-cushion’

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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has humiliated himself so many times on television it’s any wonder Fox News allows him to continue to appear.

CNN’s Anderson Cooper referred to Giuliani as President Donald Trump’s “legal whoopee-cushion,” during his final segment tonight called “The RidcuList.”

Cooper thought that Giuliani was too busy playing Sherlock Holmes in Ukraine, or tweeting fake news videos, but now it seems the lawyer wants to be part of the Trump campaign.

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“He says we’ll see where they have holes and need help. ‘I’m available to do a lot of it,'” Cooper quoted Giuliani. “First off, I don’t doubt he is available. The market for his services screaming and saying stuff that isn’t true is limited and the president has most of that covered anyway but that’s not to say he couldn’t be an in-demand surrogate. Then citizen Trump had a long history of making charitable donations which we now know strains credulity but doing so anonymously.”

Cooper then went on to do his own impression of Giuliani creating a conspiracy theory.

“The Moon, it’s made out of cheese!” Cooper said in a thick New York accent. “I’m talking 40 percent Romano, 60 percent cheddar and the Clintons have been covering it up since ‘87. Google it.”

Cooper admitted it doesn’t even sound like Giuliani but soldiered on anyway.

“I love that [Sean] Hannity was trying to clean it up in real time, just like the old Nancy Grace move: ‘Cut his mic. Just cut his mic.’ Nancy, I miss you,” Cooper said. “Perhaps his most valuable quality is to just go back on television and claim he didn’t say anything. And it’s not limited to hush money. Rudy has range.”

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He ran a recent interview Giuliani did with CNN’s Chris Cuomo where he tried to claim he never said there was “no collusion.”

Watch the hilarity below:

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David Holmes’ opening statement to Congress directly implicated Donald Trump: report

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Congress will hear first-hand testimony of President Donald Trump's involvement in the Ukraine scandal.

"David Holmes, the state department aide who overheard President Donald Trump's conversation with the US ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, said that Sondland told Trump that the Ukranian President would do 'anything you ask him to,' and that he confirmed the Ukrainians were going to 'do the investigation,'" CNN reported Friday.

""Sondland told Trump that (Ukrainian President Volodymyr) Zelensky 'loves your ass,'" Holmes testified. "I then heard President Trump ask, 'So, he's gonna do the investigation?' Ambassador Sondland replied that 'he's gonna do it,' adding that President Zelensky will do 'anything you ask him to.'"

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‘Rudy has got to be looking at handcuffs’: Ex-prosecutor says Giuliani will have a tough time in prison

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Another Donald Trump attorney is looking at serving prison time, a former federal prosecutor predicted on MSNBC on Friday.

MSNBC "Meet the Press Daily" host Chuck Todd asked former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner if prosecutors would be tougher on Giuliania because he had once been a prosecutor himself.

"It’s tough to figure out, first of all, how Rudy is going to play it because based on what we’ve seen and particularly if [Lev] Parnas flips, Rudy has got to be looking at handcuffs sometime soon," Kirschner replied.

"And Chuck, what does he do? As a former U.S. Attorney, does he want to run the risk of ending up in the bureau of prisons where he will not find a lot of friends in the inmate population," he explained.

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Administration blaming Lt Col Vindman for White House lying to America about the first Ukraine call

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On Friday, President Donald Trump released the rough transcript of his first phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Upon the release, many White House watchers noticed that the transcript was nothing like the summary of the call that the administration released on the day the two leaders talked.

The exchange released by the WH does not appear to be an exact transcript as it does not include talk of U.S. support of Ukrainian sovereignty and a desire to root out corruption there, two things specifically highlighted in the White House read out of the call released in April.

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