Rudy Giuliani distributed a conspiracy theory on Twitter Tuesday because he does not seem to know how the Internet works.

The saga began earlier this weekend when President Donald Trump's lawyer and adviser on cyber security issues inadvertently created a URL with this typo-tweeted tweet:

His failure to leave a gap between "G-20." And "In" meant that Twitter interpreted it as a website (.In is the Internet domain extension for websites in India.)

The social media platform automatically added a hyperlink over the text. Someone noticed that G-20.In was not registered, bought it for themselves and posted the message: "Donald J. Trump is a traitor in our country." His tweet is still live.

The trolling of class A finally caught the eye of Giuliani on Tuesday.

The former federal prosecutor and former mayor of New York City explained it this way:

With his tweet Giuliani seemed to ask why a link was not placed over the section "Helsinki.Either" in which he had left no place.

However, there is no domain extension for .Either. Other Twitter users inevitably had fun with his gaff: