Giuliani Slams Fox News And Threatens Legal Action Over “Lazy Reporting”

President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani slammed a Fox News host over comments that he made about Giuliani and President Trump after suggesting that he was “trying to enrich himself on the back of his relationship with President Trump” and recommending that Trump should fire Guiliani.

Giuliani tweeted, “I have not taken a penny for representing my friend, President Trump. I am outraged that @SteveHiltonx reported that I was trying to pursue private business deals in Ukraine to ‘enrich’ myself, when in reality I have made ZERO in Ukraine!” the president’s lawyer wrote in a tweet. “Very lazy reporting!”

He also tweeted the advice that his lawyers gave to him saying, “Since representing Trump I have considered and turned down all deals in Ukraine, even those not presenting a conflict.

Lawyers tell me @SteveHiltonx is a wild card and I should sue him for libel.

He recklessly disregarded the truth!

Hilton called Giuliani an “unethical disaster” and a “grifter.” Hilton also called out Fox News contributor and investigative reporter John Solomon, “it’s time to dump these toxic chumps.”

I’ve you’ll recall, John Solomon and Judicial Watch are the ones who put in the work to uncover the corruption during the Obama era. The only “toxic chump” is Steve Hilton.

I don’t know what the deal is, but it seems that Fox News is attacking Republicans more than Democrats lately. Just recently, Chris Wallace took a jab at Rep. Doug Collins after he said, “this [impeachment] is a complete American waste of time right here. Jerry Nadler and others have already got in their mind — they are already writing the articles of impeachment, whether they have fairness or process for all.”

Wallace just laughed and said, “You’re pretty wound up, I gotta say you obviously had some turkey for Thanksgiving.”

Collins fired right back, “I had a little bit of cranberries as well.”

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