Because Giuliani doesn't understand how computers work, he then got angry that the link he himself typed was in his tweet, assumed it was Twitter itself allowing someone to "invade him" with liberal content - and went ballistic.
To Rudy Giuliani, the former NY mayor who is one of President Donald Trump's lawyers, it was an example of how low Twitter would stoop to carry out its anti-Trump agenda. Those who clicked on the link saw: "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country".
Before he took office, Trump named Giuliani a cybersecurity adviser. Thanks to the fact that '.in" is the top-level domain name for India, the construction "G-20.In' formed a nonsensical but entirely web address.
The social media platform automatically added a hyperlink over the text. But what they may not know is that Giuliani is also an informal advisor to Trump on cybersecurity.
Giuliani appears to attribute the hyperlink to a malicious effort by Twitter because of his second typo, "Helsinki.Either", did not have the same result. By failing to put a space between the period and the "In" in the next sentence, that section became a link. He was referring to a November 30 tweet in which Giuliani - by failing to put a space after a period, and starting the next sentence with the word "In" - had inadvertently created a hyperlink. But he tried to post a tweet with.rudygiuliani, for instance, it wouldn't create a link.
Maybe, Velazquez said, Giuliani had wanted to "take some of the attention away" from the court filing. The first tweet references Mueller's recent filings against Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign boss, for lying (again) to the Special Counsel's Office.
Be on the lookout for more updates to the website Giuliani never meant to invent.
Rudy Giuliani's tweet accusing Twitter of allowing someone to "invade" his tweets.