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'We specialize in back channel deals!' Parody ad on NYC subway touts law services of 'Crazy Rudy' Giuliani and promises 'will work when drunk' (2 Pics)

A parody ad touting the legal services of 'Crazy Rudy' Giuliani has appeared on the New York City subway, to the amusement of straphangers.
The ad spotted on Tuesday lampoons President Donald Trump's personal attorney and former New York mayor Giuliani, who was subpoenaed this week by House Democrats seeking Trump's impeachment.
The bright blue banner ad, which closely follows the style of real subway advertisements for lawyers, promises 'back-channel deals' and 'cable news appearances' and includes the fine-print caveat 'will work when drunk.'
The ad, which depicts Giuliani with his tongue partially out of his mouth, also includes a website, CrazyRudyLaw.com, and phone number — both of which are functional. 
This parody ad touting the law services of 'Crazy Rudy' Giuliani appeared on the New York City subway on Tuesday, promising 'back-channel deals' and 'cable news appearances'
This parody ad touting the law services of 'Crazy Rudy' Giuliani appeared on the New York City subway on Tuesday, promising 'back-channel deals' and 'cable news appearances'

The phone number leads to a voicemail featuring an unhinged man's voice, ranting: 'You have called the law offices of crazy Rudy! We specialize in back channel deals, cable news appearances and will work when drunk!'
A phone message left at the number by DailyMail.com was not immediately returned.
The website offers more details about the purported services of 'Crazy Rudy.'
'Need a deal with foreign governments, but prefer not to go through government channels? I'm your man,' the website promises.
'I will appear on all cable news networks on behalf of my clients. I promise that each appearance will be three things: unhinged, combative and fun,' it continues. 
'In an effort to shield money from my wife during our divorce, I'm willing to work for FREE! I only ask that you pick up the bar tab at the end of our session,' the site generously offers. 
The website (above) listed on the ad is functional, and promotes the parody law services
The website (above) listed on the ad is functional, and promotes the parody law services
The website and ad were tagged with the Instagram handle @tglnyc, a group that has previously posted fake subway ads mocking conservatives.
Earlier this week, three House Democratic committees investigating Trump subpoenaed his Giuliani for documents related to his bid to get Ukraine to look into Joe Biden and his son's business dealings in that country.
The House Intelligence, Foreign Affairs and Oversight and Reform panels announced the subpoena Monday, citing Giuliani's TV interviews and documents he revealed or claimed to have in his position on national television and in tweets. 
'They're doing extraordinary things,' Giuliani argued Tuesday evening on The Ingraham Angle. 'This is worse than McCarthy. How about a totally illicit impeachment proceeding.'

Giuliani reiterated his threat to pursue a lawsuit against individual Democrats participating in the probe, including House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and Financial Services Chairwoman Maxine Waters.
The subpoena letter cites Giuliani's 'own comments.' He has been a constant presence on cable TV since a news article first revealed that Trump's call with the Ukrainian president was the subject of a whistle-blower complaint. 
Giuliani has been vocally defending Trump from the anonymous whistle-blower's charge that he abused his office by pushing the president of Ukraine to assist his 2020 reelection campaign by investigating Biden. 
Trump has gone all out in his resistance to the impeachment push, including his claim late Tuesday on Twitter that this is 'not an impeachment, it is a COUP.'
It is 'intended to take away the Power of the People, their VOTE, their Freedoms,' Trump said.

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