Seth Meyers Goes All In With Savage 10-Minute Roast Of Rudy Giuliani
Late Night host Seth Meyers didn't hold back on Monday, devoting an entire 10-minute section to roasting former New York mayor and Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani.
Giuliani has been on the defense since an FBI raid on his home and office last week brought renewed attention and intensity to the Justice Department's investigation into his dealings with Ukraine. He has appeared on multiple media programs to defend his actions and seeks to blame President Joe Biden, son Hunter, and others for his troubles, even though the investigation began during Trump's tenure.
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In some of these interviews, Giuliani apparently did everything possible to incriminate himself and his former client, Meyers said. Giuliani also argued that the contents of his devices were protected by attorney privilege, despite having shared the contents of his phone on television several times.
"I'm not a legal expert, but I'm pretty sure that if you read the documents out on national television, attorney and client rights will be lost." OK, you are all my clients, "joked Meyers." It's like the stupid one criminal version of your grandma reading you a funny meme she came across on Facebook. "
Watch the rest of his roast below:
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This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.
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