Rudy Giuliani Puts Reuters On Blast, Releases Proof

( Most of today’s media is simply an arm of the DNC. Trump friend Rudy Giuliani has been subpoenaed by federal prosecutors, according to a Reuters report.

Reuters wrote that Federal prosecutors had subpoenaed former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani for documents relating to his payments from former President Donald Trump or his presidential campaign. Reuters said Giuliani assisted former President Donald Trump to amplify his false claims about widespread fraud in the 2020 election.

The news outlet wrote that the person, who declined to be named because they were not permitted to talk publicly, claimed that the subpoena, which was issued in November, also requested testimony from Giuliani, who functioned as Trump’s attorney.

Before Special Counsel, Jack Smith was appointed to lead investigations into Trump, the U.S. attorney in Washington, D.C., launched an investigation. The specifics of that probe are still mostly unknown, Reuters claimed.

Reuters ended their story by saying Giuliani ignored attempts for comment.

Rudy Giuliani slammed them for being biased and published evidence that he had contributed a remark to the story.

Giuliani wrote on Twitter:

I hate doing this because I’ve always tried to work with reporters in good faith, but Reuters is straight up lying with its reporting and I’ll never be bullied into submission by these people.

Reuters reporter @Karen_Freifeld claims in this story that I didn’t respond to requests for comment, BUT as you can see below, I did in fact respond to her request for comment the very same day, AND I asked her to contact my person.

Instead of simply including our response, Karen is refusing to add  our response (after asking for one) AND she’s lying to her readers by saying I didn’t respond.

We’ve asked multiple times that she add our response, and to take out the blatant lie that we didn’t respond.

I take no pleasure in doing this, and I’m not complaining just to complain, but we must stand up to biased journalism and bad reporting. We can’t allow them to control the narrative or bully us into silence. It’s truly a non-partisan issue.

Please add our response, Karen.

You can see Guiliani’s response HERE.