Rudy Giuliani, delusional narcissist

Rudy Giuliani is in London, and it's not clear whether there's a plane large enough to accommodate his head on the flight home. I'm probably one of the four or five best known Americans in the world," Giuliani told a small group of reporters at a posh London hotel… But who are the four other ...

Rudy Giuliani is in London, and it's not clear whether there's a plane large enough to accommodate his head on the flight home.

Rudy Giuliani is in London, and it's not clear whether there's a plane large enough to accommodate his head on the flight home.

I'm probably one of the four or five best known Americans in the world," Giuliani told a small group of reporters at a posh London hotel…

But who are the four other best-known Americans?

"Bill Clinton … Hilary [sic]," he said, but he was whisked away for another engagement before he could throw out any other names.

Carolyn O'Hara is a senior editor at Foreign Policy.

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