Rudy Giuliani Accidentally Posts YouTube Video of Himself Mocking Asians

Rudy Giuliani

A video of Rudy Giuliani mocking Asians by speaking in a fake accent and bowing was accidentally uploaded on YouTube on Wednesday night.

The former mayor of New York City and President Donald Trump’s current personal lawyer put on a stereotypical Asian accent while bowing with his hands clasped together and talking about ordering Chinese food in the video.

An extended version of the video was set to private but not before clips made rounds on social media.

The remarks were made on his podcast, “Common Sense,” on Tuesday when Giuliani interviewed former White House press secretary Sean Spicer, the Daily Beast first reported.

“Ah, get me Jayne Zirkle,” he said with an accent, referring to one of his aides and apparently not noticing the camera was still rolling.

“What would you like to have for dinner? Jayne Zirkle,” Giuliani added.

Democratic congressman Ted Lieu condemned the video on Twitter, criticizing both Giuliani and Trump.

NextShark has reached out to Giuliani’s “Common Sense” podcast for further comment. Zirkle’s social media accounts have since been set to private.

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