"Not the right thing to do," he said. "Not the right thing to do at all."
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RUDY GIULIANI: I would have thought they would have told me about that before just doing what they just did. Rather insulting. And gives you a sense of how far this free speech thing has gone. And how they frighten everybody. I mean, we’re in America, we’re not in East Germany. They got to warn you about me? I’m going to have to give that a lot of consideration. I also think putting it on without telling me, not the right thing to do. Not the right thing to do at all. My dedication to free speech outweighs a lot of the other things I can do...
CALLER: Do you ever feel somewhat guilty about spreading a lot of, you know, unproven conspiracy theories to folks who may not have the ability or the critical thinking skills to kind of look through it? I mean. Do you feel that maybe you’re taking advantage of the gullible? And that’s just an honest question.
GIULIANI: They're trying to cancel me because they don't want you to know how bad the fraud was.