Rudy Giuliani Is Booed Emphatically At Yankee Stadium On His Birthday

Rudy Giuliani Is Booed Emphatically At Yankee Stadium On His Birthday

Rudy Giuliani Is Booed Emphatically At Yankee Stadium On His Birthday

Giuliani, 74, a longtime New York Yankees fan, was in attendance with his son at the ballpark when the announcer wished him a happy birthday over the loudspeaker, Sports Illustrated reported. To add insult to injury, the Yankees lost the game 5-1, but it could have been worse: Giuliani could have been booed at a Mets game.

Monday was not a great day for baseball in NY. Seemingly more interested in his Fox News appearances than the people of the city he once ran or any concept as ephemeral as "truth" or "justice", he has spouted insane legal theories in support of... whatever Donald Trump wants.

But he may be more known now for his role as a lawyer for President Trump, advising the president on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. The former mayor was booed during a game in 2007, the New York Post reported.


Rudy Giuliani now knows that feeling and he doesn't even play for the team. Speaking with anchor Dana Bash, the president's legal adviser admitted much of the president's assertions about "Spygate" were "an intentional strategy to undermine the investigation".

Reporter Adrian Carrasquillo described the boos as "thunderous".

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