"Don't tell me they are not committed cardcarrying [sic] anti-Trumpers", he wrote. He failed to put a space between "collusion" and "So" in this tweet, so Lawfare bought "collusion.so" and redirected the link to its own site under the topic "The Russian Connection".
Still, that doesn't directly answer Giuliani's claim that he couldn't recreate the issue a second time.
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.
But as a number of critics pointed out, the G-20.in link was possible because.in is India's equivalent of.com-something a person hired as the president's cybersecurity advisor might have realized.
But Giuliani had inadvertently created a hyperlink when he failed to put a space after a period in a November 30 tweet that criticized special counsel Robert Mueller for releasing the news of Michael Cohen's latest guilty plea before Trump headed off to the G-20 summit. The first time this happened, the sentence ended with "G-20".
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Some social media users noted that it was refreshing to hear the "truth" from Giuliani for a change.
A spokesperson told Fortune that the company's "service worked as designed".
A Twitter spokesman said "the accusation that we're artificially injecting something into a tweet is completely false".
In other words, if Giuliani tried again to post something with a.In, it would create a link.
Many Twitter users couldn't resist noting that Giuliani, who spent 16 years as a security consultant, was originally brought into the Trump administration as a cybersecurity adviser. Right now, in 2018, Guiliani believes he is being maliciously cyberattacked on Twitter because he doesn't know how links work.