Giuliani Gets Mad At Twitter, Doesn't Seem To Understand How It Works

Giuliani Gets Mad At Twitter, Doesn't Seem To Understand How It Works

Giuliani Gets Mad At Twitter, Doesn't Seem To Understand How It Works

The move infuriated Giuliani, the Post reports, who again took to Twitter to complain that "Twitter allowed someone to invade my text with a disgusting anti-President message", Giuliani tweeted, adding that the "same thing-period no space-occurred later and it didn't happen".

In Giuliani's tweet about the issue, he made a number of typos, since he apparently has an aversion to placing spaces after punctuation.

He paid about $5 to buy the domain and created a page that read: 'Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country'.

This tweet just goes further to prove that Mr. Giuliani is illiterate when it comes to social media and the internet in general.

While Trump's lawyer didn't comment on the mistake, netizens were keen to laugh at Giuliani, who had earlier served as an informal cybersecurity adviser to the USA president.

Giuliani's Twitter typo used to abuse President Trump

This is a reminder that Giuliani isn't just Donald Trump's lawyer, he was brought on as his cybersecurity adviser.

He continued: "Don't tell me they are not committed cardcarrying anti-Trumpers".

A Twitter spokesman said "the accusation that we're artificially injecting something into a tweet is completely false". But he tried to post a tweet with.rudygiuliani, for instance, it wouldn't create a link.

Now, below the anti-Trump text in slightly smaller font, is a headline about Mueller and Flynn that links to a relevant Reddit thread.

In this case, the former NY mayor was unlucky to have begun his follow-up sentence with the word "in" - which is used to denote domains operated under the authority of India. "However, because (1) the lack of a period mushes these together as "G-20.In" and (2) because ".in" is the top level domain for India, Twitter interpreted that as a link to the website g-20.in. At the time of this writing, Giuliani's tweet had 17,248 retweets and 46,827 likes. He tells CNET the whole process took him 15 minutes, and "I did it, mostly, because I could". "It's a hilarious Catch-22".

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