Rudy Giuliani says he won't go on TV with Stormy Daniels’ lawyer because he doesn't debate 'pimps' - MRCAESAR.COM


Friday, 11 May 2018

Rudy Giuliani says he won't go on TV with Stormy Daniels’ lawyer because he doesn't debate 'pimps'

Rudy Giuliani, an attorney for President Donald Trump, speaks at an event on May 5, 2018. (Andrew Harnik/AP)
Stay classy, Rudy.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Friday he won't debate Michael Avenatti because he doesn't keep company with "pimps."
Giuliani made the slur about the attorney to porn star Stormy Daniels during a sweeping interview with Business Insider, responding to Avenatti's request earlier this week to have an on-air discussion about his client's defamation suit against President Trump.
"It would be very helpful for the public to witness a discussion between Mr. Giuliani and me concerning the facts of the case," Avenatti tweeted Tuesday. "I am willing to participate on any network provided both sides are provided a fair shake. I am also willing to do it on 12-hrs notice."
But Giuliani, who's the latest addition to Trump's legal team, wouldn't have any of it.
Michael Avenatti fired back at Giuliani, saying "I'm not the only 'pimp' you have experience with." (Susan Watts/New York Daily News)
"I don't get involved with pimps," Giuliani said. "The media loves to give him room because he makes these roundabout charges and they turn out to mean nothing. I think he's going to get himself in serious trouble."
Avenatti fired off a sticking-to-his-guns response.
"Hey Rudy — it turns out I'm not the only 'pimp' you have experience with," Avenatti tweeted along with a widely-circulated 2000 skit video of Giuliani dressed in drag and receiving a kiss on the cheek from Trump. "History evidently is repeating itself."
Avenatti represents Daniels, 39, in two separate suits against Trump and his longtime personal attorney, Michael Cohen.
Stormy Daniels leaves Manhattan Federal Court on April 16. (Alec Tabak for New York Daily News)
The first suit charges Daniels should be liberated from a Cohen-facilitated hush agreement barring her from speaking publically about allegedly having sex with Trump in 2006. The second suit argues Trump has defamed Daniels by vehemently denying her claim that a mystery man threatened to hurt her and her baby daughter if she didn't stop talking about Trump.
Giuliani, 73, further argued he would decline a debate request from Avenatti because "it wouldn't be fair."
"I debate, like, really intelligent, skilled people," he said.
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