It was, decidedly, no such thing. The Atlanta-based digital marketing director said he "knew immediately that it was just a typo", but that didn't stop him from clicking on the link.
"Twitter allowed someone to invade my text with a disgusting anti-President message", he wrote.
The Twitter storm began when the former NY mayor made a typo in a tweet criticising the Russian Federation investigation, omitting a space and accidentally creating a hyperlink. "Out of control!Supervision please?"
Sometime after Giuliani posted a Friday tweet lashing out at Special Counsel Robert Mueller, a Twitter user appeared to register the "G-20.In" domain that Giuliani inadvertently linked to by not leaving a space between sentences.
Carrying out the prank only took 15 minutes, said Velazquez, who bought the domain for an entire year.
Rudy Giuliani has no idea how the internet works
It was the type of throwaway gag that entertains Twitter users for a few hours before forever fading from memory. The stunt infuriated Giuliani, who falsely blamed Twitter Tuesday for allowing "someone to invade my text", prompting many to mock the president's cybersecurity adviser for his lack of tech savvy.
To bolster his argument, Giuliani noted that his second "period no space" error ("Helsinki.Either") didn't generate a link. "Don't tell me they are not committed cardcarrying anti-Trumpers".
"Time Magazine also may fit that description", Giuliani concluded.
Twitter essentially said that's ludicrous as it can not and does not edit tweets. "Twitter automatically creates a URL if the word that follows is a top-level domain, which in this case was ".in" which is the top-level domain for India.
While Trump's lawyer didn't comment on the mistake, netizens were keen to laugh at Giuliani, who had earlier served as an informal cybersecurity adviser to the United States president. His earlier firm, Giuliani Partners, had a subsidiary called Giuliani Security that at least at one time claimed to do "cybersecurity".
He was at another improv show Tuesday when he saw Giuliani's follow-up.