2020年1月17日 星期五

Rudy Giuliani Has Always Been Like This

He didn't change. America did.

Rudy Giuliani has always practiced politics differently: brazenly, and with a pronounced inability to experience shame, writes our staff writer Jonathan Mahler in this week’s cover story. If you’re wondering what happened to the man who was once a priestly prosecutor, avenging crime-buster and America’s mayor who now rants on TV, pursues wild conspiracy theories and butt-dials reporters, the answer is: Nothing.

The real question is not ‘‘What happened to Rudy?’’ It’s ‘‘What happened to us?’’

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