Rudy Giuliani railed against the media Sunday arguing that the media treats Republicans differently than they treat Democrats and insisting that “Hillary, Bill, Obama, they get the benefit of the doubt.”
Appearing on ABC’s “This Week,” Giuliani was asked by host Martha Raddatz, “Do you believe this election could be rigged?” (RELATED: Trump: The General Election ‘Is Going To Be Rigged’ [VIDEO])
“I think what he’s taking about is the very unfair media coverage that Republicans get,” Giuliani said. “I know all of those of you in the media don’t believe this but you really don’t treat us the same way.” (RELATED: Hillary Criticizes Benghazi Hero’s Mom: She ‘May Not Fully Recall Everything’ [VIDEO])
“The allegations by Ms. Smith, a Gold Star mother, about Hillary Clinton lying to her, got about 0.1 of the coverage that the Khan situation got. Hillary’s situation in which the FBI, in an extraordinary memo, found her to be extremely careless in handling top security information, my goodness, I wouldn’t hire a person as an assistant U.S. attorney if that was in their FBI background,” Giuliani said. “We’re going to make her President of the United States?” (RELATED: Hillary Promises ‘We Are Going To Raise Taxes On The Middle Class’ [VIDEO])
“Nobody raises that. Nobody makes a very big deal about that. That’s not on the news for five days, six days,” Giuliani said.
“So I think what Donald Trump is reflecting is — and I know the media always discounts this because you don’t like to get criticized. But you don’t treat us the same way that you treat Democrats. Hillary, Bill, Obama, they get the benefit of the doubt,” Giuliani said.
“And I mean if Trump had said something like I’m going to raise taxes on the middle class, it would be all over the news. You would be questioning his sanity,” Giuliani argued.