WATCH: Rudy Giuliani Goes Off When Confronted On Street

Rudy Giuliani was mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001.

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He was notable for the cleaning up of Times Square, the removal of trash, vagrants, and illegal activities in the heart of the city, and for making New York City a safer destination for tourists as well as for locals.

Giuliani was also lauded for his quick response, strong leadership, decisive action, and perseverance during the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001.

In Time magazine, Eric Pooley had written after 911, “Giuliani’s performance…ensures that he will be remembered as the greatest mayor in the city’s history, eclipsing even his hero, Fiorello La Guardia, who guided Gotham through the great depression.”

Queen Elizabeth knighted him.

The president of France called him “Rudy the Rock.”

World leaders came to tour ground zero at his side.

Rudy was making book deals and was flooded with speaking engagements.

“Giuliani’s popularity is national now,” wrote Harold Evens later in 2001 after 911. “He is the mayor of America, with the potential of being president one day if he doesn’t screw it up.”

He was then dubbed “America’s Mayor” and was honored as Time Magazine’s 2001 Person Of The Year.

Rather than becoming president, Giuliani became Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and performed an array of professional duties during the Trump Administration years in the White House.

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On Sunday, however, he experienced being verbally assaulted on the streets of a city that once hailed him as their hero.

An NYC event, Celebrate Israel, which is billed as “the world’s largest expression of solidarity with the Jewish state” took place for the first time since the COVID outbreak that hit the city hard, along with the lockdowns and the harshest restrictions on freedom east of California, and revelers turned out in great numbers to express their support for Israel, Biz Pac Review reported.

Mayor Eric Adams was marching in Sunday’s parade expressing his solidarity with Israel, a key constituency for a man with lofty political ambitions.

Adams is a former police officer who ran on promises of cracking down on crime which has continued to spiral out of control during his brief tenure in office.

Adams reportedly has his eye on the White House in 2024 despite only six months on the job and his inability to put a stop to the escalating crime as promised.

“Eric has told me repeatedly that he thinks that he has a platform to run for national office, for president in 2024. He has said that repeatedly. He thinks New York is a national platform. He thinks the national party has gotten too far to the left and he thinks he has a platform to win,” the New York Post reported, citing a person close to Adams.

Giuliani has been extremely critical of Adams who he said “hasn’t done a damn thing,” in a recent interview with the New York Post, “So far, he’s the biggest failure of a new mayor in America. He’s the worst failure of any new first-year mayor in New York City in my lifetime.”

“I didn’t go to a Met gala until I got the city under control,” said Rudy. “People should stop inviting him to events. Adams should be at City Hall and Gracie Mansion implementing plans that should have been implemented months ago.”

A heckler began shouting at Giuliani during the parade, and Giuliani hotly responded.

The heckler was apparently referring to crime, which was being addressed under Giuliani’s tenure as mayor but has now risen under the Democratic mayor to a point that is paralyzing the city.

The exchange was caught on video.

Reporter Jacob Kornbluh of The Forward captured Giuliani’s voice in the encounter as well as unintelligible shouting from the heckler and posted it to Twitter where it has drawn much attention.

As of Sunday, the video had topped 242,000 views on Twitter.

Giuliani has just a few days ago testified to Nancy Pelosi’s J6 “insurrection” committee.

Giuliani was walking down the street waving an Israeli flag when the heckler shouted at him from the other side of the parade barricade.

Apparently fed up with such heckling, Guiliani responded by taking a couple of steps toward the metal barricade and yelling back, to the amusement of those walking beside him.

Giuliani took exception to the unheard comments from the heckler about crime, and responded that under the Democratic mayor Adams, crime in NYC “is up 40%!”

“I reduced crime, you jackass,” Rudy shouted. “You are a brainwashed a**hole, and you’re probably as demented as Biden,”

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Giuliani then turned and resumed walking, waving his flag, and smiling and waving at parade attendees as his entourage smiled beside him.

It is interesting that only Giuliani’s remarks are caught on the audio portion of the video, and not the inflammatory remarks yelled by the heckler, who was described by the videographer-journalist who shot the video as a “Democrat.”