A lot of speculation circled the last couple of days in regards to ex-NYC Mayor Rudy Guliani and his future engagements as a political figure. One of the people who addressed this matter was host Rush Limbaugh, who pointed out that Giuliani might be awarded the Attorney General position, replacing elected Jeff Sessions.
Limbaugh used logic to lead himself to this conclusion. As he noted, two things mattered in this case. First, a friend of his said something about Trump’s office and a vetting of a person still unrevealed to the public. Also, Limbaugh used a New York Post story claiming that Giuliani could be the ideal replacement for Jeff Sessions.
Trump recently spoke of Sessions, calling him “beleaguered.”
So why aren't the Committees and investigators, and of course our beleaguered A.G., looking into Crooked Hillarys crimes & Russia relations?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 24, 2017
Aside from Giuliani, Newt Gingrich may also be scoring a major position as well.
Here is how Limbaugh analyzed the matter in depth:
“Ladies and gentlemen, I got a cryptic email this morning from a friend who said that a friend of his, who I know (all these people must remain nameless) has been charged with some serious vetting of people. The administration, the Trump administration, is vetting people as they would if they were considering somebody for Cabinet secretary or similar position in the bureaucracy,” he said.
He explained how a story from The Post caught his eye and gave the Giuliani narrative a different twist:
“The president kind of hit Sessions again in tweets either last night or this morning (when was it?) in which it referred to his ‘beleaguered’ attorney general. I think it was last night. Well, it was either last night or today. I’ve got both of them here. I just can’t speed-read them really quickly to find them. But it was the second time that Trump has taken a swipe at Sessions. I thought the first time that it was, for lack of a better term, an invitation to resign,” Limbaugh added.
Since Trump obviously felt somewhat betrayed by Sessions in regards to the Russian alleged involvement in the 2016 elections, a suitable replacement was a ‘go.’ It is unlikely that Sessions will, after all, quit on his own.
“So Trump is gonna have to, I think, dismiss him. My guess,” he carried on.
“Could be that after this latest swipe, referring to the attorney general as ‘beleaguered,’ that Sessions might just decide to resign on his own. Regardless, it looks like Rudy Giuliani is being vetted. Now, you have to think that Giuliani’s already been vetted way, way back many moons ago, back during the transition,” Limbaugh noted.
Rush also stated that the two stories may not be intertwined after all.
“I wouldn’t have put Rudy’s name to it had I not seen the New York Post story,” he finished.