Rudy Giuliani answered the charge that he faces accusations of infidelity on Sunday by saying it's not just him.
"Everybody does," the former New York City mayor and Donald Trump supporter said. Giuliani was attacking Hillary Clinton in an interview with NBC's Chuck Todd on "Meet the Press" the morning after Trump said -- with no evidence -- at a rally: "I don't even think she's loyal to Bill, if you want to know the truth. And really folks, really, why should she be?" Not mentioned by Trump: He's had three divorces and faced accusations of infidelity himself. So has the thrice-married Giuliani. Todd asked Giuliani if he's the right person to criticize Clinton's marriage.
I've never been unfaithful. Not everyone has. Maybe that's true in Rudy's world, but it's not true in mine. There's no evidence that Hillary has been unfaithful. Trump keeps bring Bill Clinton's infidelities into the campaign, seemingly unable to understand that Bill Clinton is not running for President, and that Trump's (and Rudy's) own history leaves them no room to talk. Rudy suggesting that Hillary has been unfaithful is supposed to distract from his own infidelities, as well as Trump's. The married women, the three girlfriends Trump had while he was living with Marla.
Rudy is also fine with Newt Gingrich - the man who slammed Bill Clinton for cheating while divorcing his own wife while she was dying of cancer, as he was committing affairs. The hypocrisy is just astonishing. This is one area where the Trump campaign should never have gone. Why Rudy decided to join in, with his history, is beyond rational explanation.