President Trump’s former attorney general sensationally claimed that his former boss appointed clowns to conduct his court challenges of the election result. The President has now responded to these allegations.
He denied that it was inappropriate for Bobo and Dingdong to enter the Sixth District Court in Ohio wearing red, rubber noses and riding a children’s tricycles, saying they “had a cold” and recent injuries which prevented them walking after they had ridden over each other’s large feet by mistake.
He also denied that Rudy Giuliani had acted clownishly by removing his suit pants in a bedroom in front of a 15-year-old girl. Rudy had been “honey trapped” by British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, in his eponymous role as “Borat”, who had sent his 15-year-old daughter to “interview” the former mayor of New York while being secretly filmed. The pair had gone into a bedroom in the hotel, where Giuliani had laid on his back on the bed, while the girl removed his pants. Trump insisted that Giuliani had worn “tight attorney pants instead of baggy clown ones, and needed help getting them off to remove a microphone”, before adding “not that he would have worn baggy pants, since he isn’t a clown”.
Trump is currently involved in a dispute with Giuliani about the size of his fee for attending children’s birthday parties.