Rudy Giuliani was recorded using a fake accent and pantomiming a bow in a now-deleted racist video clip posted online
- Rudy Giuliani could be seen using a fake accent and pantomiming a bow at the end of one of his videos for his podcast "Common Sense."
- The video, first covered by The Daily Beast, has since been removed.
Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal attorney, used a fake accent and pantomimed a bow in a video clip filmed at the end of one of his podcast episodes. The clip was later deleted, but not before The Daily Beast caught and posted the footage.
The Daily Beast first reported the remarks, which came at the end of a video in which Giuliani interviewed the former White House press secretary Sean Spicer for the podcast "Common Sense."
Editors apparently kept rolling minutes after the interview ended and captured the former New York mayor mocking Asians.
Giuliani began speaking in the fake accent and bowing to his assistant Jayne Zirkle, who he said was "going to be the most famous model in China."
Business Insider was not able to reach Giuliani for comment at the time of publication.
See the video below: