MEMBERS of President Trump’s team were caught laughing at Rudy Giuliani as he was sweating profusely while a brown liquid believed to be hair dye was melting down his face.

People from the team were caught on a hot mic via a Zoom video feed poking fun at Giuliani’s hair dye, not realizing that those logged on could hear them.

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What did Trump’s team say about Rudy Giuliani?

Two voices could be heard on the Trump Team video feed broadcast on Twitter. 

“Can they hear us on the stream? I guess not,” a person could be heard saying on the video.

“I don’t think so,” another person replied.

“You see f**king’ Rudy’s hair dye dripping down his face?” the first person remarked.

Twitter users raged due to the sweaty live stream, poking fun at Giuliani with one saying: “If I were Rudy Giuliani I would stop with these bullsh** lawsuits and spend my time suing Just For Men.”

Another added: “Rudy’s been in denial for years, For years Rudy tried to pretend he wasn’t bald using a bad comb over now he’s pretending he’s not grey.”

What happened to Rudy Giuliani’s hair during the conference?

Trump's lawyer appeared to be sweating his hair dye profusely as he shockingly accused George Soros, the Clintons and China of being behind a “conspiracy” to elect Joe Biden in dramatic scenes today.

"[It's] a pattern that repeats itself in a number of states," Giuliani claimed before sweat began to pour down his face at about 12.45pm ET, just over 30 minutes into the briefing.

"[There was] a plan from a centralized place to execute these various act of voter fraud," he said, claiming it "specifically focussed on big cities controlled by Democrats."

His hair dye was getting everywhere and you can see him attempting to wipe it off his face as the brown liquid keeps pouring down.

What did he say about the illegal ballots?

Giuliani claimed he has evidence that the election will be "OVERTURNED" and that there is "evidence of illegal ballots."

As of Wednesday Biden had a 5.8 million vote lead over Trump.

More than 155 million votes were counted, based on near-final official state figures.

The current Electoral College count is 306-232 with Biden leading.

Trump’s campaign has focused on litigating the vote counts in seven states.

Giuliani detailed the GOP's alleged circumstantial evidence in battleground states Nevada, Georgia, Michigan, Arizona, and Wisconsin after multiple Trump suits were thrown out.

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