NewsRudy Giuliani mimics at Queen's memorial event

Rudy Giuliani mimics at Queen's memorial event

Rudy Giuliani seems to be huddled at an event to commemorate September 11th – again.

New York – Rudy Giuliani is always good for a surprise. With a speech to commemorate the terrorist attacks of September 11th, he again caused astonishment on all sides. The appearance of Donald Trump’s former attorney on stage at the posh Cipriani restaurant in Manhattan was spectacular indeed.

Now it is perhaps not so bad that Giuliani made a somewhat fluffy impression during his appearance. After all, it happens in the best of families, especially when speaking to an audience. In such cases, some people like to stir up with various remedies, even if Giuliani vehemently denies an alleged alcohol problem. However, it was unmistakable that Giuliani’s speech was a little lacking in meaning and understanding. But what does that mean?

Rudy Giuliani gives a weird speech on September 11th

On such an occasion, it is of course perfectly fine to speak of your own achievements. And as Mayor of New York, Giuliani was at least in the forefront 20 years ago. So it is granted to him to put himself in the right light. On the other hand, Giuliani’s remarks sometimes sounded a little weird – especially when he mentioned his alleged conversations with Queen Elizabeth II.

What was amazing was not just what he said, but how he said it. Because Giuliani liked to imitate the Queen. First of all, Giuliani declared that the Queen wanted him to be accorded the highest honors after the 9/11 attacks. He was quoting the Queen literally, trying to match his voice more badly than right to the tone of the Queen. “She said, ‘You did a wonderful job on September 11th. And that’s why I’m going to knight you, the commander of the Royal Something or something. ‘”Giuliani sounded more like a character from a cartoon.

Speech on 9/11: Rudy Giuliani speaks about Queen Elizabeth and Prince Andrew

Giuliani then also explained to the audience why he had refused this high honor. “Anyone who is knighted loses their citizenship.” That sounds like a good reason, but of course it’s outrageous nonsense. In fact, Giuliani was later named Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) for his “outstanding help and support to the grieving British families in New York”. It seems downright mysterious that Giuliani was still allowed to remain a US citizen.

Unfortunately, the British royal family is not perfect either. Rudy Giuliani knows that too. “Prince Andrew does not have the best reputation now,” said Giuliani, immediately distancing himself from the Queen’s offspring, who had excellent relationships with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein for years and who is now in the United States for a civil lawsuit for sexual assault looks exposed. Giuliani emphasized in his very special way that he never went out with him. “I never had a drink with him, never went to see him with a woman or a young girl.” It was something like Giuliani’s very personal message on September 11th. (cs)

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