Rudy Giuliani

America is a beautiful place of second chances and limitless opportunity.  It’s also a place that will point and laugh as you publicly fall from grace and will talk trash about you the whole way down.  That brings us to the subject of today’s show, Rudy Giuliani.  Giuliani started at the bottom and worked his way to some of the most prestigious offices within the legal system of New York City, eventually becoming mayor.  Rudy was the darling of New York, people admired his work and it seemed he could do no wrong.  But over time, Rudy faded from the spotlight as most politicians do… until he reappeared, with crazy eyes, melting hair, and lots to say.  As Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Giuliani was at the forefront of the 2020 election and the aftermath.  Was there one certain event that took Giuliani from public darling to the butt of jokes?  Was that really his fake hair melting?  Who set up that infamous press conference at the Four Seasons Landscaping Company?  We’ll dive into these questions and more in the Rudy Giuliani episode of AHC Podcast.

 

 

 

 

Intro Music Credits:

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