Rudy Giuliani is doing the media rounds this morning and the liberal website ThinkProgress (and others) are pointing out he may have just made things worse for himself, the president and Michael Cohen.

At issue is an interview he gave on “Fox & Friends” Thursday morning where he contradicted himself during the interview and ends up accidentally tying the payment from Cohen to Stormy Daniels to the campaign.

At the beginning of the clip, transcript via ThinkProgress, Giuliani argued that payment was made for purely personal reasons:

“This is for personal reasons. The was the president had been hurt personally, not politically, personally so much — and the first lady — by some of the false allegations. That one more false allegation six years old, I think [Cohen] was trying to help the family. For that he’s treated like some kind of villain.”

Giuliani added that the $130,000 payment was “to save not so much their marriage, as much as their reputation.”

But at the end, Giuliani flip-flopped and tied the payment to political considerations:

“Imagine if that came out of October 15, 2016, in the middle of the last debate with Hillary Clinton? Cohen made it go away. He did his job.”

Watch here:

The reaction:

But later on, in an interview with Maria Bartiromo, he again said the payment was solely for personal reasons: