Source: The Washington Post - Link
The thing about this is that it’s largely true — at least from the standpoint of a legal analysis. Political rhetoric is often overheated and false, and courts have allowed wide latitude when it comes to legal liability for such claims.
But it is rare that people are actually forced to suggest that they participated in such political dishonesty. And it doesn’t change the fact that Giuliani was effectively admitting that he really can’t be taken seriously on his election claims.
He also has plenty of company in that distinction among top Trump allies.
More about G and his inability to tell the truth.