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Rudy Giuliani: Imagine Defunding NYPD After 9/11, "I Don't Remember People Taking A Knee In 2001"

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During appearances Friday morning on FOX News and FOX Business Network, former NYC Mayor Rudy Giulini spoke about the homelessness crisis and increasing crime wave, blasting his successor, Bill de Blasio for not caring about the suffering of people.

On FBN's "Mornings with Maria" Baritromo, he lamented how "divisive" politics has become in America and how we've "lost a certain percentage of patriotism" since 9/11.

"We've become much more divisive. We've lost a certain percentage of patriotism. I don't remember anyone taking a knee back in 2001," he said. "I don't remember people burning flags 20 years earlier. I don't remember people saying hateful things about America. How horrible we are. How horrible our founders are. We've got a whole 'hate America' movement going on."


"These people still want to come here and kill us and we're defunding the police department that protects the number one Islamic terrorist target in the world, New York City?"

"Can you imagine the weakness they see now? With our police being humiliated? They want to do away with our police department? I mean, social workers are going to protect us against terrorists?" he asked. "This isn't political. This is about the safety of the nation."
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