Giuliani slams Nadler for 'diarrhea of the mouth,' 'lack of judiciousness'

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Giuliani tweeted that Nadler prejudged President Trump's alleged guilt by making a year's worth of statements concluding Trump and his allies had colluded with Russia during the 2016 election.

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"Jerry NadlerJerrold (Jerry) Lewis NadlerHouse hearing marks historic moment for slavery reparations debate Want the truth? Put your money on Bill Barr, not Jerry Nadler From abortion to obstruction, politicians' hypocrisy is showing MORE is lashing out personally because on national tv it was easy to expose his bias." Giuliani tweeted. "Jerry’s diarrhea of the mouth produced a year of statements showing pre-judgement." 

Nadler has maintained since Mueller concluded his investigation that "there was in plain sight open collusion with the Russians," even if it was not criminal.

"His lack of judiciousness was evident when he was overheard on Amtrak prematurely planning impeachment," Giuliani added, referring to Nadler's phone conversations on an Amtrak train that were overheard and reported last year by The Federalist.

In the phone conversations, Nadler reportedly was heard discussing plans for the Judiciary Committee to hold Trump "accountable" for any possible violations of the law as well as plans to pursue a possible investigation into Supreme Court Justice Brett KavanaughBrett Michael KavanaughSecond ex-Senate staffer charged in aiding doxxing of GOP senators Second ex-Senate staffer charged in aiding doxxing of GOP senators Supreme Court hands Virginia Democrats a win in gerrymandering case MORE to determine whether Kavanaugh had committed perjury during his Senate confirmation hearing last year.

Kavanaugh's impeachment, Nadler said at the time, was a possibility.

"The worst-case scenario — or best case depending on your point of view — you prove he committed perjury, about a terrible subject and the Judicial Conference recommends you impeach him. So the president appoints someone just as bad," Nadler reportedly said at the time, referring to Kavanaugh.