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Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani has made headlines again after it was claimed he was shaving in an airport cafeteria.
Video was posted to Twitter of a man who appears to be Mr Giuliani at JFK Airport in New York using an electric razor on his face as people around him sit at tables eating.
Actor Michael Rapaport, who has often been critical of Trump throughout his time in the White House, labelled it “disgusting”. He also shared the video on his Twitter feed.
Mr Giulian, the former mayor of New York, has made headlines for a number of different reasons over the past 12 months.
He appeared to have a type of wardrobe malfunction during a press conference in November which saw hair dye run down his face. This was during a media appearance in which Mr Giuliani openly questioned the results of the 2020 US Presidential election.
Not long after the infamous hair dye incident, Mr Giuliani was filmed appearing to wipe his mouth with a tissue he had also used to blow his nose.
Mr Giuliani was also involved in a scene in the film Borat 2, which caused worldwide controversy. He was filmed laying down on a bed, appearing to have his hands down his pants. He later claimed he was fixing his microphone.
In another embarrassing incident, Trump’s former top lawyer was ridiculed over a seemingly bungled location choice for the former US President’s press conference after the election.
The press were told to meet at the Four Seasons with people believing it was to be held at the famous, glitzy hotel.
But instead, Mr Giuliani was forced to conduct the press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, a small local business, over what was believed to be a booking mix up.
The presser went ahead as scheduled.
Trump’s staffers told The New York Times it wasn’t actually a mistake, and there had been a miscommunication with the president over the phone before he tweeted.
His unusual appearances and unfounded claims of vote tampering after the election led to widespread mockery of the former mayor of New York, including from his own daughter Caroline who didn’t pull any punches in an opinion piece for Vanity Fair.
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