Giuliani is trying to take down the State Dept with him right now. He just implicated them (VIDEO)

Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is on Laura Ingraham's show right now and he's basically implicating the entire State Department in the Ukraine scandal.

"The whistleblower falsely alleges that I was operating on my own. Well, I wasn't operating on my own."

Everyone paying attention to this (the entire political world) is basically asking the question: Is this really happening?

Senator Chris Murphy (D-Ct):

"This isn’t real, is it? Giuliani didn’t just voluntarily expose a highly illegal coordination between the Trump campaign and the State Department?"

Earlier just hours before the show, Giuliani offered up more details via Twitter, showing a screenshot of a conversation he had. He then begged people to watch him on television.

We don't know what Giuliani is cooking up but he needs to be subpoenaed, plain and simple. While you're at it, go ahead and do the same for six other U.S. officials other than the president. They were all implicated in the whistleblower's complaint, including Vice President Mike Pence, and Attorney General William Barr. The scandal is deep.

Kamala Harris says that the New York Bar Association needs to "probably disbar him."

If you think that's harsh, so is tag-teaming an effort with the president to go after your democratic election opponents with the power of the presidency.

Giuliani is just doing really weird stuff right now in order to distract from the truth.

It even involves him making clown-like gestures, no joke. Check out this clip....

Over the course of the show it was revealed that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is currently pissed with Giuliani, according to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman. And, after this story, he should be. Giuliani simply responded: “I have no idea if he is happy with me or not, and frankly I don’t care.”

The Trump administration is not only at war with truth, Congress, the media, and the people of the United States, it is also at war with itself.