NEW YORK, NEW YORK — President Donald Trump’s lawyer, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani told a conservative radio host that “there was nothing wrong with a man taking his second cousin for his first wife.” Mr. Giuliani’s comments came just hours after he conducted a series of interviews on various Sunday morning talk shows.
During an appearance on CNN, Giuliani made waves when he told host Jake Tapper that even though FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report says people related to the Trump campaign tried to received stolen information from Russian operatives, that wasn’t anything the American people should or do care about because they didn’t succeed. However, Mr. Giuliani said that even if Team Trump had received stolen information, “there’s nothing wrong with taking information from Russia.”
“No, no, there’s nothing wrong with taking information from Russians!” Giuliani said. “It depends on where it came from.” (Mediaite)
On WKKK-AM, host Chad Carlson asked Giuliani how he’s sleeping since the Mueller Report was released in its redacted form.
“I haven’t slep this well since my first honeymoon,” former Major Giuliani said. “That was a great time, let me tell you. There’s something really special about sharing such an important night with somene you’re so close to…genetically.”
Carlson asked what that meant.
“Oh, you know, how my first wife was my second cousin,” Giuliani said.
“Isn’t that sort of frowned on, though,” Carlson asked. “I mean, not down here in Lynchingtown, Alabama. We marry our first cousins if they ain’t libtarded and shit. But I mean, outside the Confederacy of Red States, cousin marrying is kinda out of vogue, is it not?”
Giuliani defended himself and his first marriage.
“No, I don’t think it is out of vogue now. In fact, I think if more cousins married, the world would probably be a better place. There were at least six of my cousins I’d bang, and at least four of them I’d marry,” Rudy said. “There was nothing wrong with a man taking his second cousin as his first wife, and there still isn’t anything wrong with it.”
In fact, Giuliani said, cousin-to-cousin marriages aren’t the only incestuous relationships that “true, red-blooded patriots” support.
“If you’re a good, clean, ammo hoarding, gun toting, red meat eating, Russian influence excusing American patriot,” Giuliani said, “You probably even think a dad wanting to bang his daughter is okay. And let me tell you — it is. I don’t see anything in the Constitution that says you can’t express your romantic feelings for your daughter, is there? Well, there you go. I rest my case.”
The White House did not comment on this story.
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