Giuliani Uploads Video Showing Him Doing Racist Chinese Impression

  • Giuliani Uploads Video Showing Him Doing Racist Chinese Impression

Giuliani Uploads Video Showing Him Doing Racist Chinese Impression

Rudy Giuliani, cybersecurity expert extraordinaire, accidentally uploaded a video to his YouTube channel where he did a racist impression of Asian accents.

Giuliani did not immediately respond to the Daily Beast or Mashable's request for comment. He is seen and heard speaking to staff who were behind the camera.

In it, Giuliani tells his assistant, Jayne Zirkle, that she's "going to be the most famous model in China", then speaks with a mock Chinese accent.

Analyst reveals who poses biggest legal threat to Trump if he loses election CNN legal analyst Elie Honig looks at the various legal battles Trump could face if he loses the presidential election, and how his Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, could impact the Affordable Care Act if she is confirmed by the Senate. Additionally, she says her husband's emails were being monitored by the National Security Council. "Jayne Zirkle!" Giuliani said in the video, in an accent seemingly aimed at mocking Asians. "Jayne Zirkle. Jayne Zirkle", the attorney repeats over and over while bowing back and forth.

Rudi Giuliani uploaded a video of himself being racist to his YouTube page on Wednesday (October 14) night, and then deleted it.

However, instead of stopping there, the video keeps rolling, uninterrupted, displaying only a silent black screen for another 4 minutes and 29 seconds, at which point Giuliani appears on screen, unaware that the video is still recording.

"Ah, get me Jane Zirkle", Giuliani says in a racist, stereotypical Chinese accent. A little more than two weeks later, he accidentally called another reporter and left a voicemail again.