How To Explain 'Truth Isn't Truth' Comment of Rudy Giuliani?

President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani’s “truth isn’t truth” statement was “not meant as a pontification on moral theology,” the former New York City mayor said Monday. Instead, Giuliani said he was “referring to the situation where two people make precisely contradictory statements, the classic ‘he said, she said’ puzzle.” Giuliani’s comments came one day after his appearance on NBC’s Meet the Press, during which he told an incredulous Chuck Todd that “truth isn’t truth” while explaining why he did not want to rush Trump into testifying to special counsel Robert Mueller.

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Maybe, try with this: .... " you see, truth isn't truth when truth isn't true to be truth to truth......" 

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Truth had to be evidenced or else it is relative...wordplay

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By his own analogy then white is not white, black is not black....etc.

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Generally, reality is that our ideologies and beliefs dictate our versions of the truth. Much as it dictates our perceptions of events....

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I needed a good laugh this morning.  To think anyone would have to explain Giuliani's statement or that it would be shocking to Chuck Todd or any of the MSM is true comedy gold...….  

 

 

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In the legal arena, when you are being interviewed or deposed, the truth is what the interrogator says it is, not what you think it is, or even what you know to be true.  This is part of the "perjury trap."  Understand, this was Chuck Todd trying to make it sound as if anything Trump testifies to that Mueller disagrees with means that Trump has lied, even if it was the truth.    

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