Rudy Giuliani Has A Meltdown Over Voter Fraud Image

Rudy Giuliani Has A Meltdown Over Voter Fraud

20 November - 9 mins
Podcast Series The Last Word with Matt Cooper

Donald Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, took the president’s voter fraud claims even further on Thursday.

During a frenzied news conference he claimed that the fraud was nationally coordinated.

Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone spoke to Matt Cooper on The Last Word.

To catch the full chat hit the play button below.

 

9 mins

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The Best Black Friday Staycation Bargains To Be Had

The Best Black Friday Staycation Bargains To Be Had

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Female Students At Carlow School Told Not To Wear Tight-Fitting Clothes As It 'Distracts Staff'

Female Students At Carlow School Told Not To Wear Tight-Fitting Clothes As It 'Distracts Staff'

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Lockdown Exit: Hairdressers And Gyms Could Reopen Next Week

Lockdown Exit: Hairdressers And Gyms Could Reopen Next Week

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