Rudy Giuliani has no idea how the internet works

We regret to inform you that yet another Baby Boomer doesn't understand websites. 

Last week, someone turned one of Rudy Giuliani's Twitter typos into a website that declares, "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country." 

But Trump's lawyer and informal cybersecurity adviser doesn't understand how the internet works and seems to be convinced that "Twitter allowed someone to invade" his tweet with a "disgusting anti-President message." 

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Giuliani inadvertently added a live ".in" link to a tweet complaining about Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign as the president traveled to the G-20 summit. Then a brilliant soul got hold of G-20.in and turned it into a page calling out the president (.in is the internet domain for Indian sites). Giuliani finally responded to the sneaky move on Tuesday — and he desperately needs a lesson on how website domains work.

"The same thing-period no space-occured later and it didn't happen," he ranted in a follow-up tweet. "Don't tell me they are not committed cardcarrying anti-Trumpers." 

Twitter users didn't hold back on mocking him for completely missing the point. 

Just wait until he finds out about the magic of gifs! Pictures that move! 

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