Rudy Giuliani Posts Footage of Himself Mocking Asians to YouTube

Elias Hubbard
October 18, 2020

This isn't the first time that the former NY mayor's has had an embarrassing run-in with modern technology, resulting in Giuliani revealing more than he wanted.

Rudy Giuliani mocked Asians by adopting a faux Chinese accent and performing a pretend bow in a video clip that was accidentally published on his YouTube channel.

In it, Giuliani is seen and heard speaking to staffers during an interview with Sean Spicer, President Donald Trump's first White House press secretary who once hid in some bushes to avoid talking to the media, for his Common Sense podcast.

One of those people appears to be Jayne Zirkle, the conservative YouTuber who went viral after allegedly being bullied by her high school classmates for having campaigned for Trump in 2016.

This is not the first time the former New York Mayor has had an embarrassing run-in with modern technology, leading to him revealing more information than he wanted.

For some reason, during those conversations Giuliani told an assistant - seemingly a woman named Jayne Zirkle - that she was going to be "the most famous model in China".

"Ah, get me Jayne Zirkle".

He eventually adds an offensive-Asian-style-bow while saying her name. Then the video cuts out. In October of previous year, he butt-dialed NBC News reporter Rich Shapiro and left a message in which he complained about his cash flow problems. The accidental call came 18 days after another reporter received a voicemail of Giuliani complaining to another person about becoming the target of public attacks after he slammed a powerful Democrat.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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