White House correspondent Olivia Nuzzi reported Monday from Philadelphia that President Donald J. Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, broke citywide COVID-19 rules by entering a tightly enclosed room with no ventilation, no masks, no doors cracked, or windows open.
"Here’s Rudy Giuliani talking to a tightly packed crowd in Philadelphia," Nuzzi tweeted. "The cop outside said that this gathering violates city guidelines for pandemic safety. The cop almost went in, then thought better of it and turned around. He said, 'I stay away from crowds.'"
Some more shots of the crowd. No ventilation in here. No doors or windows cracked. https://t.co/nB9kxyiRjz— Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivia Nuzzi)1602540030.0
George Conway responded to Nuzzi's images by tweeting, "Are you taking these photos?? If so I hope you're in a hazmat suit."
@Olivianuzzi Are you taking these photos?? If so I hope you're in a hazmat suit.— George Conway (@George Conway)1602540251.0
And others joined in on the commentary, too.
@Olivianuzzi The guy with his mask under his nose should be taken out. He is probably snorting harder.— Barb Berns (@Barb Berns)1602540155.0
@Olivianuzzi Covid https://t.co/mAHJ4Nefab— BeggarPhantom (@BeggarPhantom)1602540245.0
@Olivianuzzi I gotta admit, I misread this at first: https://t.co/RexhU41igh— Jeff Michael (@Jeff Michael)1602540371.0
@Olivianuzzi How do bats do that? https://t.co/zPblPNbGeY— Scott (@Scott)1602539991.0
@Olivianuzzi MAGA mouth. No covid here. https://t.co/OtjBXEX6S5— Live and let live (@Live and let live)1602539932.0