What appears to be a typographical mistake by Donald Trump's lawyer for the Russia investigation, Rudy Giuliani, sent Twitter into a frenzy of trolling on Monday, as Twitter users wondered if Giuliani was sending "secret messages," when it was discovered that a link contained in Giuliani's latest tweet led directly to a page at the URL G20.in that condemned Trump as a "traitor."
Giuliani's Friday tweet was another in his series of complaints directed at the investigation into Trump's Russia ties led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller — an investigation that has closed in on some of his close associates and has left Trump "spooked," according to White House insiders and reported by the Inquisitr.
Giuliani, the former New York City mayor, is a longtime friend of Trump and since being hired as Trump's latest attorney has become one of his most freewheeling and outspoken defenders, most recently in a Sunday interview in which, per an Inquisitr report, he baselessly accused Mueller of "intimidating" witnesses in the Russia probe.
In his tweet, Giuliani attacked Mueller for releasing Russia-related indictments immediately before Trump leaves on official trips abroad. But in the tweet, he wrote, "Mueller filed an indictment just as the President left for G-20.In (sic) July he indicted the Russians who will never come here just before he left for Helsinki."