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Rudy Giuliani gets owned after trying to blame hair dye fiasco on news media

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Rudy Giuliani, photo by Gage Skidmore.

New York Magazine reporter Olivia Nuzzi occasionally engages in chat conversations with Rudy Giuliani, who is serving as President Donald Trump’s $20,000-a-day lawyer in the post-election legal challenges.

Giuliani’s press conference was generally regarded as a “hot mess” by CNN’s Jake Tapper, an “embarrassment” according to White House aides and perfect by late-night comedians.

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“My Mom always said anyone can make a mistake. Only an idiot repeats it,” Giuliani messaged Nuzzi Thursday morning, according to screen captures.

“Where’s your sense of adventure!” Nuzzi replied. “Do you think the incident with the hair dye is karma for not answering my questions?”

“Why would I want to communicate with a person who wants to pick on a small thing to create a satirical picture. Write what yo (sic) want it has little or no significance,” Giuliani replied.

“I don’t think I’m responsible for your satirical presentation to the world, Mr. Mayor, since you present that way with or without my reporting!” Nuzzi shot back.

Read the exchange on Twitter.

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Rudy Giuliani recently asked Trump to pre-emptively pardon him in case he’s charged with a crime: report

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On Tuesday, The New York Times reported that outgoing President Donald Trump's attorney and ally Rudy Giuliani has discussed the possibility of a pre-emptive pardon with the president, in case he is charged with federal crimes down the road.

"It was not clear who raised the topic," said the report. "The men have also talked previously about a pardon for Mr. Giuliani, according to the people. Mr. Trump has not indicated what he will do, one of the people said."

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We’ll be learning bad stuff about Donald Trump for years

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The media may not have to quit their addiction to President Donald Trump anytime soon.

The nature of presidential record-keeping, and Trump's habit of ripping up documents and making enemies of his staffers, should ensure a steady flow of shocking news about the Trump administration long after he finally leaves the White House, wrote journalist Timothy Noah for The Atlantic.

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Trump baffled by vaccine hold-up because he has the ’emotional make-up of a small child’: CNN

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Reporting on a planned White House task force meeting on Tuesday where FDA head Steven Hahn is expected to provide an update on the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, CNN's John Harwood said officials in the government are having to fend off a pestering Donald Trump.

According to CNN's Jim Sciutto, Trump is "upset" that the vaccine hasn't been released to the public yet because he doesn't understand the complexity of the massive public health project and why the FDA hasn't approved the vaccine's release.

"This is not the first time we've been concerned about the president interfering, perhaps with an eye towards politics, to the scientific questions about vaccine approval. What do we know?" Sciutto asked.

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