Fox News Evicts Rudy Giuliani After He Moved All His Belongings Into TV Studios
A judge has ruled in favor of Fox News, as the divisive news network was seeking compensation for the amount of time Rudy Giuliani was recently spending in their Manhattan studios. The former New York City mayor had moved into the News Corp building and was using the network's studios as his own personal apartment.
Things started small. Giuliani would take naps in between the 13 interviews he gave the network daily. Eventually, Rudy brought a sleeping bag to get some better rest, especially for the early Fox & Friends interviews. After a few weeks of almost nonstop television appearances, Rudy decided to move all his belongs into the Fox News studios.
The current Lawyer for the president of the United States had this to say, “Well I guess I misunderstood what a studio apartment was.”
Rudy will soon have to find a new lair, as he is most likely not being paid by the president and cannot afford to rent the Fox News studios. He obviously doesn't do well in sunlight or in any light whatsoever. It is additionally hard for him to keep a roommate due to the amount of yelling he produces sporadically.
It appears Rudy might become the thing he hates the most: homeless.
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