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RUDY GIULIANI (HOST): I would have thought they would have told me about that before just doing what they just did. Rather insulting. And gives you a sense of how far this free speech thing has gone and how they frighten everybody. I mean we're in America, we're not in East Germany. They've got to warn you about me? I'm going to have to give that a lot of consideration. I also think putting it on without telling me, not the right thing to do, not the right thing to do at all.
But got to tell you another thing, my dedication to free speech outweighs a lot of other things I can do. Let's go to Art, Westchester.
ART (CALLER): Hello.
GIULIANI: Hey, Art, how are you doing?
ART: I'm good, good.
GIULIANI: You've got to be warned, Art. Arthur, I want to warn you, you know you're talking to me, doesn't express anybody else's viewpoint but mine. But you kind of already knew that anyway, didn't you, you didn't really need to be reminded of that, did you?
ART: Well, you see, I'm actually a different listener to WABC, I actually disagree with almost everything that you say so I'm going to challenge you a little bit.
GIULIANI: Yeah, go ahead.
ART: Do you ever feel somewhat guilty about spreading a lot of unproven conspiracy theories to folks who may not have the ability or the critical thinking skills to kind of look through it? Do you feel that maybe you're taking advantage of the gullible?