Grocery Store Worker Slapped Trump's Lawyer Rudy W. Giulian
Trump's lawyer, ex-mayor Rudy Giulian, was beaten - A shop employee slapped Giulian, who was on Long Island in New York, campaigning for his son.
POLICE reported that a grocery store worker was arrested after he had beaten Rudolph W. Giulian. The New York Times reported.
Giuliani, a lawyer for former President Trump and former mayor of New York, was on Long Island in New York campaigning for his son Andrew Giulian’s candidacy for governor.
Giuliani gave a brief account of the events. He was walking through the store surrounded by supporters as the salesman approached him and slapped him on the back.
- The only political thing the salesman said was: You kill women, you kill women, Giuliani said.
Giuliani considered this to refer to the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the general right to abortion.
According to police, the 39-year-old man slapped Giulian on the back and said: How are you, the villain (What's up, scumbag?). The man is in police custody. It is not yet clear whether the man will be charged with any crime.
Giuliani, 78, said she was okay even though her back was red and sore. Giuliani condemned political violence.
- This must end. I have been in politics for 50 years and I have never been the victim of such an attack before.
GIULIANI has been widely featured in the American media in connection with his role in the Capitol conquest on January 6, 2021.
Television hearings of the Capitol Takeover Committee have shown that Giulian and attorney John Eastman played a very central role in Trump’s efforts and means to stay in power after he lost the 2020 presidential election to Joe Biden.
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