Rudy Giuliani Imitates Queen Elizabeth And Denies Hanging Out With Prince Andrew During Bizarre Speech At His Annual 9/11 Dinner

This was seriously not the time Rudy Giuliani

During his annual dinner honoring those we have lost on 9/11, the former mayor of New York City gave a rambling speech where he touched on a lot of things — including an impersonation of Queen Elizabeth II and saying he allegedly never hung out with Prince Andrew. Trust us when we say that it was a super bizarre rant. A series of viral videos shared on social media from the evening showed a seemingly (and allegedly) drunk Giuliani first mocking the monarch’s accent and claiming that Her Majesty offered him a knighthood, which he declined:

“She said, ‘You did a wonderful job on Sept. 11,’ and therefore I’m making you an honorary knight, commander of the royal something or other. I turned down a knighthood because if you took a knighthood, you had to lose your citizenship.”

FYI, he received an honorary title by the Queen in 2001 and did not relinquish his citizenship. The 77-year-old politician then segued into defending himself against accusations of previously being associated with Prince Andrew. As you most likely know, the disgraced royal family member has been embroiled in a scandal due to his connection to Jeffrey Epstein, and has also been accused of sexual assault — which he has denied. He babbled:

“I never went out with him! Ever! Never had a drink with him! Never was with a woman or a young girl with him! Ever ever!”

However, Gulliani then backtracked and said they met on two separate occasions:

“One time I met him in my office. Remember, Bernie? You were there.”

It is unclear who he is referring to, but it may have been Bernie Kerik, the former New York City Police Commissioner. In case you didn’t know, he was sentenced to up to four years in prison for tax fraud and making false statements to White House investigators about it but later pardoned by then-president Donald Trump. Take a look at the first rambling clip (below):

Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse, the soliloquies did not end there. Giuliani then went off about General Mark Milley, questioning how he received the position. The attorney said he wished to “shove” Milley’s army decorations “down his throat.” Take a look (below):

Wow. No words. What are your thoughts on this unhinged speech Rudy gave last night? Sound OFF in the comments (below).

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