Love this guy!!!!!!!!!! Rudy Giuliani says Obama should be more like Bill Cosby, blames Brooklyn McDonald's fight, Ferguson cop shootings on President BY Jennifer Fermino NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Thursday, March 12, 2015, 1:18 PM Updated: Thursday, March 12, 2015, 2:13 PM Rob Kim/Getty Images Rudy Giuliani appeared on a radio show Thursday morning and blamed President Obama for a series of recent events, including a fight in a Brooklyn McDonald's and two cops being shot in Ferguson, Mo. Just when you thought Rudy Giuliani couldn't get crazier, the former NYC mayor blamed Obama for the brutal beatdown at a Brooklyn McDonalds — and said the president should be more like Bill Cosby. Obama is ignoring “enormous amounts of crime” committed by African-Americans, Giuliani said Thursday. And he said President Obama is to blame for the brawl inside a McDonald’s in Brooklyn as well as the shooting of two cops in Ferguson because of the anti-police "tone" coming from the White House. The former mayor, speaking on AM970 radio this morning, was asked what he thought about a number of disturbing issues in the news. Host John Gambling asked for Giuliani’s take on the vicious McDonald’s fight, the recent police shootings in Ferguson and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton getting booed Thursday at a City Council hearing by protesters. “It all starts at the top. It’s the tone that’s set by the President,” Giuliani said. He added he just returned from a multi-city trip overseas and the United States is constantly derided there as a “racist state.” “It is the obligation of the President to explain ... that our police are the best in the world,” said Giuliani. He also said Obama should have used his “bully pulpit” to stop protests in Ferguson over the summer, but didn’t. Giuliani claimed Obama is ignoring 'enormous amounts of crime' committed by African-Americans. Obama is also not addressing the “enormous amount of crime” that’s being committed by African-Americans due to “historical” reasons, Giuliani said. “I hate to mention it because of what happened afterwards, but (he should be saying) the kinds of stuff Bill Cosby used to say,” said Giuliani. Cosby, before his public image was tarnished with a slew of rape allegations, had spoken frequently and often in blunt terms about how African-Americans needed to focus more on education, be better parents and avoid lives of crime. Giuliani, who was roundly criticized for saying Obama wasn’t patriotic, made a point of saying a few nice things about the President. “I disagree with Barack Obama on almost everything, but I think he’s a good family man and a good man,” said Giuliani.