Ordinary people might find all of this confusing (and more so after Mr. Guiuliani tried to walk back his remarks the next day), but that isn’t beside the point, it’s exactly the point. Mr. Giuliani, in classic Alternative Fact fashion, is insistent that one set of facts holds true — up until the moment he adheres to an entirely different set of “facts.” That’s not to be confused with, for example, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s recent claim that security concerns are behind her suggestion to Mr. Trump that the State of the Union address be postponed, conducted in the Oval Office instead of a Joint Session of Congress or submitted in writing. Don’t get us wrong, that’s pretty rich. But until Ms. Pelosi starts constructing a whole universe of false security narratives (Secret Service agents are biased or Congress needs a wall to keep out wealthy energy lobbyists or, in a more Giuliani fashion, Ms. Pelosi didn’t mean Mr. Trump should not give a speech from Congress, she meant members of Congress should not be there when he gives it), that’s just a run-of-the-mill prevarication. Perhaps Mr. Trump got worried that she was encroaching on his untruthy turf and tried to brush her back with his cancellation of her planned trip to Afghanistan and other countries. Rest assured, Mr. President, she’ll have to work a little harder if she wants to beat out Rudy Giuliani for Alternative Fact of the Week.