Rudy, Rudy, Rudy.......

What am I gonna' do with you?

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Can TheRUMP pick 'em or what?

Rudy DOESN'T speak for the administration...Pompeo DOES speak for the administration?

Is YOUR head ready to explode?

Pompeo: Giuliani doesn't speak for administration

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo shrugged off comments made by President Donald Trump's top Russia lawyer Rudy Giuliani, saying the former mayor doesn't speak for the administration on North Korea.

"I know Rudy. Rudy doesn't speak for the administration when it comes to this negotiation and this set of issues," Pompeo said Thursday when asked about Giuliani's comments by CNN's Pamela Brown.

Giuliani told a conference in Israel that Kim "got back on his hands and knees and begged for" the summit.

Pompeo suggested Giuliani was making a joke.

Rudy...politician, lawyer, comedian...

Little Rocket Man?...on HIS hands and knees?

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How can anyone speak for this admin when the guy driving the bus changes direction hourly?

Rudy.....he's just a mouth trying to get on the good side of the child.

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How could you miss this?
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Rudy won't say

Women couldn't "make a living" off of porn IF men didn't pay for their services.

Women have NO credibility, but men(their Johns/Donalds) do?

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