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Giuliani Brutally Mocked For Falsely Claiming He Was U.S. Attorney General And Current Gov. Official On Facebook Profile

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani tweeted out a link to his Facebook page, promising more to come on his “investigation” soon. But he sparked an avalanche of mockery after internet users noticed some outrageous claims on his Facebook profile.

Giuliani’s Facebook page not only lists him as the former Attorney General of America at press time, it also lists his current occupation as “government official”—a position he has not held since he reentered the private sector.

Giuliani served as the associate attorney general under President Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 1983. He was then appointed the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, resigning that position when the George H.W. Bush administration began.

He was elected to his first term as mayor of New York in 1993 and served from 1994 to 2001. While serving out his final term as mayor, he ran for a Senate seat against Hillary Clinton in 2000, but eventually withdrew from the campaign due to a scandal surrounding an alleged extramarital affair.

He then ran for president in 2008, before becoming the president’s personal attorney, though, according to former Trump deputy campaign chairman Rick Gates, Trump wanted Giuliani to be the attorney general but Giuliani turned down the offer in the hope of becoming secretary of state. Giuliani has never served as the country’s attorney general.

He’s reportedly under federal investigation over his dealings with Ukraine.

Check out Rudy’d tweet and some of the responses below:

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