What Was Really Going On With Rudy Giuliani's Face During His Press Conference?

Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's lawyer, is echoing the rhetoric of his employer, claiming voter fraud and citing Joe Biden's win in the 2020 presidential election as false.

Giuliani spoke at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington on Nov. 19, 2020, where he claimed that Trump was "way ahead on election night" and that he had "'hundreds' of sworn affidavits." However, he claimed he would not share said affidavits because those who signed them might get harassed.

The speech wasn't anything different than what Giuliani and Trump himself have been saying since Biden won. According to The Washington Post, the former mayor of New York has been claiming that a huge number of Americans "masterminded" a plot to steal the election from Trump. What has been missing from Giuliani's rhetoric has been "any evidence that this awful plot existed," per the outlet.

But things got even more unusual at Giuliani's Nov. 19, 2020 press conference and this time, it had nothing to do with what he said. Instead, it was all about his face.

Rudy Giuliani's hair dye fiasco

Rudy Giuliani — who got majorly pranked by Sacha Baron Cohen — spoke at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington on Nov. 19, 2020, according to the Daily Mail. While this all sounds pretty regular, the former mayor of New York started sweating and a brown dye began dripping down both sides of his face. It looks like it could potentially be a sunless tanning product or hair dye.

Twitter has gone with hair dye. The hashtag "Just For Men" is now virally linked to Giuliani and it's a gift that keeps on giving. Someone tweeted: "Message from Just For Men: Just For Men is not affiliated in any way with Rudy Giuliani or Trump's Reelection Campaign. Please contact our competitor, Just For Meh."

Another person tweeted: "Giuliani leaks during press conference. I think it's hair dye." Someone else wrote: "'Our goal is to go around the outrageous iron curtain of censorship....' And to find a better hair dye."

Hey, at least it didn't happen at Four Seasons Total Landscaping. That might have been too much for one day.