Rudy Giolani’s ‘angry’ aides say he asked Trump to claim victory under the influence of drugs

Rudy Giuliani said he was “outraged and outraged” by the allegations aired in Monday’s January 6 investigation into the House hearing when he urged then-President Donald Trump to win the 2020 election night. Claim

“I am disgusted and angry at the blatant lies of Jason Miller and Bill Steppen (sic). “My favorite drink is Diet Pepsi,” the former mayor posted. Twitter Tuesday, misspelled Bill Stephen’s name

“Is Miller and Stephen testifying falsely because I shouted at them? Are they being compensated for lying?” He had given advice In a social media post

Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giolani said he was “outraged” that there were claims that he was drunk when he asked Trump to claim victory in the 2020 presidential election.
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In his recorded statement, Jason Miller said the former president ignored his and other people's advice that he should wait for more votes.
In a recorded statement, Jason Miller said the former president ignored advice from him and others that he should wait for more votes to be counted.
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In his recorded statement, which was delivered during Monday’s hearing, Jason Miller, Trump’s current campaign strategist, said the former president ignored the advice from him and others. That they should wait for more votes to be counted before claiming victory.

During his testimony, when asked if anyone was drunk during the conversation, Miller replied, “Mayor Giuliani.”

“The mayor was definitely drunk, but I don’t know when he talked to the president, for example, his level of intoxication,” he said.

Stepan, Trump’s campaign manager who was also in the conversation, also said in a statement that Giolani had been drinking heavily that night.