Giuliani's Twitter typo used to abuse President Trump

Rudy Giuliani Blames Twitter For His Own Mistake

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A critic of President Trump turned a Twitter typo by his lawyer Rudy Giuliani - which accidentally created a hyperlink to a domain space in India - into a website bashing the commander-in-chief. "Out of control!Supervision please?"

In a tweet, Giuliani suggested - without evidence - that Twitter, may have been involved in linking his tweet to the apparent anti-Trump website.

The odd circumstance started when Giuliani tweeted criticism of the timing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller that neglected to include a necessary space after a period that followed "G-20".

The website now displays a terse message about President Donald Trump. The G-20 reference inadvertently created a URL, which was promptly purchased and redirected to a site that says: "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country".

The G-20.In website set up by Jason Velazquez to take advantage of Rudy Giuliani's typo.

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Well, Giuliani responded on Tuesday night by blaming Twitter for allowing this to happen and by making fun of Time Magazine. Demonstrating a lack of understanding of how web hyperlinks work, he added: "The same thing - period no space - occurred later and it didn't happen".

In recent weeks, the social media platform banned numerous political operatives, including conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and far-right provocateur Laura Loomer. "Don't tell me they are not committed card-carrying anti-Trumpers", he said, finishing his tweet with an all-caps plea for "fairness please".

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