Here's what happened. Giuliani was referring to a previous tweet in which he made a typo when referring to the G-20 conference in Argentina.
Trump himself tweets constantly about the "Witch Hunt", and Giuliani plays ball with tweets of his own. The stunt infuriated Giuliani, who falsely blamed Twitter Tuesday for allowing "someone to invade my text", prompting many to mock the president's cybersecurity adviser for his lack of tech savvy.
Carrying out the prank only took 15 minutes, said Velazquez, who bought the domain for an entire year. Thanks to the fact that '.in" is the top-level domain name for India, the construction "G-20.In' formed a nonsensical but entirely web address.
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He stressed that the U-S has remained committed to the treaty despite what he called flagrant violations by Moscow . Putin said on Wednesday that the US decision to ditch the INF means that USA authorities have decided that the U.S.
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The warning also stated that tsunami waves of 1-3 feet (0.3-1 meters) were possible along some coasts of Fiji , according to PTWC. The evacuation order from the regional police said western islands didn't need to evacuate but should remain vigilant.
Twitter essentially said that's ludicrous as it can not and does not edit tweets.
President Donald Trump's personal lawyer on Tuesday tweeted that the social media platform "allowed someone to invade my text with a disgusting anti-President message", adding, "FAIRNESS PLEASE".
Automatic hyperlink generation, coupled with the ingenuity of netizens, played a dirty trick on the U.S. president's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who went on a rant against Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Twitter.
In August, he accidentally wrote "hate 'me" rather than "hate 'em" leading several users to respond that they were happy to comply.
Giuliani was immediately roasted by the internet for what one Twitter user described as "turning a typo into a full on conspiracy theory".