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Internet ridicules ‘humiliated’ Giuliani for epic failure in trying to create a conspiracy about Biden family

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President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani attempted to create a conspiracy theory involving the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, who has announced he is running to challenge Trump in 2020.

Giuliani sent a letter to Ukraine’s top prosecutor asking that he help dig up dirt on Democrats to say that they got campaign assistance from foreign advisors. It’s unclear if the Trump ally was attempting to do this to downplay Trump’s support from Russia or attempting to craft a conspiracy theory to destroy Biden in the Democratic primary.

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“Giuliani said that Biden could have been trying to help his son’s business dealings and that Ukraine needs to investigate,” Bloomberg reported. But Thursday, the top prosecutor admitted there was no wrongdoing on behalf of the Biden family.

“Rudy Giuliani. It’s hard for me to comment on Rudy Giuliani. And I don’t think I will, because my Irish may come up,” Biden said when asked about the conspiracy theory.

Sean Hannity, a counselor to Trump, was one of many right-wing media sources to give Giuliani a platform to advocate his false conspiracy he was attempting to craft with Ukraine.

“There is overwhelming evidence of Ukrainian information being given to the Democratic National Committee operatives and the Hillary operatives,” Giuliani told Hannity on Wednesday night. It was less than 24 hours that Giuliani was proven to be a fraud.

“Rudy Giuliani: Biden Family Ukrainian Scandal ‘Is a Crime Begging to Be Investigated'” was the headline the right-wing site Gateway Pundit went with.

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Giuliani was scheduled to go to Ukraine, but was forced to cancel it. He blamed Democrats for “spin.” Instead, it seems Giuliani likely canceled due to the outing of his manufactured scandal.

The internet was quick to mock Giuliani for another sketchy attempt to destroy a Democrat that failed spectacularly.

Check out those tweets below:

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