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Rudy Giuliani's Twitter typo gives rise to anti-Trump site

Rudy Giuliani's Twitter typo gives rise to anti-Trump site

Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, is working as a defense attorney for President Donald Trump, whose name was mentioned repeatedly in the memos released Tuesday evening.

Giuliani responded on Tuesday - four days later - by tweeting a confused attack on Twitter management claiming the platform was responsible for allowing hackers to "invade my text with a disgusting anti-President message" (emphasis added).

Giuliani appears to have neglected to include an additional space at the end of his sentences, causing his tweet to link to the website "G-20.In", a website with a domain from India.

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

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Giuliani's original tweet has now gained nearly 50,000 likes and 17,000 retweets - but the wealthy lawyer was not impressed, lashing out at the social network.

The makeshift website quickly went viral, with almost 50,000 Twitter users "liking" Giuliani's tweet and posting anti-Trump messages in the replies.

After the story broke, instead of deleting the tweet to take responsibility for his error, Giuliani instead made a decision to use the incident as fuel for those on the right to continue the narrative that Twitter is anti-Trump and anti-conservative.

Carrying out the prank only took 15 minutes, said Velazquez, who bought the domain for an entire year.

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The tweet, and subsequent misunderstanding of what caused the anti-Trump message, is particularly embarrassing for Guiliani, who serves as one of the nation's top cybersecurity advisors.

The website involved appears to have been set up by a marketing director based in Atlanta, Georgia, who acted within hours of the tweet being posted. "Many complaints", Trump tweeted.

In that case, he also opted not to delete the tweet even after it had been noticed by the media.

'That would mean that I forced him to delete it, ' he told The Post.

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"Don't tell me they are not committed cardcarrying [sic] anti-Trumpers", he wrote. "It's a hilarious Catch-22".