Who is Andrew Giuliani? Rudy Giuliani's son tests positive for Covid-19, Internet labels it a 'clown show'

'Fam, your dad had thick brown shit leaking from the side of his head and then blew snot into a napkin on national tv,' a user commented


                            Who is Andrew Giuliani? Rudy Giuliani's son tests positive for Covid-19, Internet labels it a 'clown show'
Rudolph Giuliani and Andrew Giuliani (Getty Images)

Rudy Giuliani's son, Andrew Giuliani announced on Friday, November 20, that he has tested positive for Covid-19, a day after he accompanied his father to a news conference with other members of President Donald Trump's legal team alleging baseless allegations of widespread election fraud on Thursday, November 19.

"This morning, I tested positive for COVID-19. I am experiencing mild symptoms, and am following all appropriate protocols, including being in quarantine and conducting contact tracing," Andrew tweeted.

 



 

 

According to a news report by, The NY Post, Andrew is staying in his DC residence." “I am feeling OK. I have a light cold at this point,” Andrew told the Post. He also revealed that he felt a little off on Thursday night. He also said, “I had a mask on the entire time." The report suggests that on November 13, Friday while he was attending a Trump's briefing in the Rose Garden on the White House’s Operation Warp Speed vaccine development and distribution efforts, he was seen not wearing a mask.

Born on January 30, 1986, Andrew Harold Giuliani is serving as the Public Liaison Assistant to President Donald Trump. He is the son of Rudy Giuliani, Trump's personal attorney and former mayor of New York City. 

Andrew completed Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University, where he studied markets and management and sociology and graduated in May 2009. While he was at the University, he was a member of the men's golf team and even had plans to pursue as a professional golfer. But in 2008, Andrew was cut from the team, when he ranked 12th out of 14 players,

He later started interning at CapRok Capital in Rye, New York and also started to earn a living as a professional golfer and in August 2009, he won the Metropolitan Open and its first-place prize of $27,500. In 2017, he was hired to work by the Trump administration, as an associate director, in the Office of Public Liaison, and started earning $77,000, and soon his salary increased to $90,700 and later to $95,000 per year. He is Trump's regular gold partner. In January 2020, the Irish Times called him "Trump's most regular playing partner. In August 2016, he announced his engagement to a Lithuanian-born real estate account executive, Zivile Rezgyte and tied knot on July 14, 2017

As soon as the news of him testing positive for Covd-19 made its way to social media, people started reacting to it, as one Internet user pointed out at Rudy and wrote, "Con- - contact tracing? Fam, your dad had thick brown shit leaking from the side of his head and then blew snot into a napkin and then literally wiped it all over his face and lips on national tv. I’m no expert but I’d prob start there." While another one wrote, "Hahahaha!!! What a f**king clown show! #TREASON #COVIDIOTS"

 



 

 



 

 

Another one questioned his maskless attendance and wrote, "Did you follow the guidelines and wear a mask at the press conference you attended yesterday?" While another one said, "How is the No Mask Movement going @AndrewHGiuliani. Good luck though. Seriously."

 



 

 



 

 

Some made fun of his job and wrote, "Andrew Giuliani's job is to coordinate sports team visits to the White House. That's it. I'm not kidding. That's really his entire job." While another one questioned, "Are you the tennis pro dude who is vastly unqualified for a White House job? Anyway, don't forget to hug your dad."