Rudy Giuliani’s cell phone accidentally called an NBC News reporter on October 16, leaving a voicemail in which he was clearly heard discussing the kingdom of Bahrain and saying, “The problem is we need some money.”The call came in at 11:07 p.m. while reporter Rich Schapiro was asleep. In the audio, portions of which were published by NBC News on Friday, Giuliani can be heard saying “Charles would have a hard time with a fraud case, because he didn’t do any due diligence.” It’s unclear who Charles is.Giuliani can also be heard telling an unidentified person “Tomorrow I gotta get you to get on Bahrain,” then telling the person they need to contact another person named Robert because “the problem is we need some money. We need a few hundred thousand.”Also Read: Joe Biden Campaign to TV Networks: Stop Booking Rudy GiulianiThe other person in the conversation was largely inaudible, though he does say “if you want options, I got options, I got options,” to which Giuliani replies “yeah give me options, yeah.”It wasn’t even the first time the former New York City mayor accidentally called Schapiro and left a voicemail. The previous butt-dial and subsequent voicemail happened on Sept. 28 at 3:37 p.m. In that message, Giuliani railed against the Biden family, accusing former vice president Joe Biden of “trading in on his public office since he was a senator” and son Hunter Biden of trying to get high-profile jobs because of his father’s position.“And most people wouldn’t hire him because he had a drug problem,” Giuliani added.Also Read: Giuliani's Former Press Secretary on Mayor: His 'Ferocious Lying' on TV Makes Me 'Re-Examine' LegacyThat was just one day before Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign sent out a letter to multiple TV network heads, calling on them to stop booking Giuliani on their news programs because “his relationship with the truth is casual at best.”Read original story Rudy Giuliani Butt-Dials NBC News Reporter, Leaves Embarrassing Voicemail: ‘We Need Some Money’ At TheWrap
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