Giuliani Moves Radio Show to X After WABC Firing Over Election Claims

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani expressed his gratitude to his supporters after being let go from his radio show at WABC in New York City. The decision to fire Giuliani came from WABC’s owner, John Catsimatidis, due to Giuliani’s repeated claims about the 2020 presidential election being stolen from former President Donald Trump. Despite the shake-up, Giuliani has transitioned his show onto a new network, X, and thanked his listeners for their ongoing support.

Giuliani, who served as Trump’s attorney during his presidency, has since released four episodes of his show on X. In one of his recent episodes, he discussed the upcoming debates between Trump and President Joe Biden, labeling the scheduled date for the first presidential debate as an “interesting tactic.” Giuliani predicted that the debate would serve as a trial run to assess Biden’s performance against Trump before the Democratic National Convention in August.

During his show on X, Giuliani refuted claims of agreeing to avoid discussing the 2020 election, emphasizing that it was the primary topic he covered on air. He also accused Catsimatidis of succumbing to pressure from the Democratic Party machine.

Following his dismissal, Giuliani encouraged social media users to contact WABC to gauge the station’s stance on free speech. Catsimatidis had temporarily replaced Giuliani on his show and described the situation as “very tragic,” indicating that Giuliani had received multiple warnings not to discuss the legitimacy of the 2020 election results. Ultimately, Catsimatidis expressed that Giuliani’s actions left him with no choice but to terminate their professional relationship.

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