Rudy Giuliani booed at Yankees game on his birthday

The Yankees lost to the Astros, 5-1.

Fans booed Rudy Giuliani at Yankee Stadium after the team announced that the former mayor was in attendance for his 74th birthday.

Boisterous boos can be heard as the shout out is made and displayed on the video board.

Willie Geist seconded the point by saying Giuliani used to be a respected USA attorney before he started attacking the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department on Trump's behalf.

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Giuliani, the former mayor of NY, is now leading Donald Trump's legal defense in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

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Generally, people are greeted with wishes or applause on their birthdays. But a series of scandals tarnished his administration, killing his plans to run for president. Unless you're Rudy Giuliani, in which case it's mostly just boos. As a talking head, Giuliani became a polarizing figure, accusing Barack Obama of hating America and proposing that Hillary Clinton could be a "founding member of ISIS". Seemingly more interested in his Fox News appearances than the people of the city he once ran or any concept as ephemeral as "truth" or "justice", he has spouted insane legal theories in support of... whatever Donald Trump wants.

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