New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, the mayor of New York City during the 9/11 Islamic terrorist attacks in 2000 that resulted in the tragic deaths of over 3,000 Americans and the leveling of the iconic Twin Towers, a symbol of American prosperity and commerce, has announced which Republican presidential candidate he’ll be voting for in the upcoming New York primary on April 19.
Giuliani, while making clear that his announcement was not an endorsement, revealed that he will be voting for bloviating billionaire, reality TV actor and fellow New Yorker, his “friend,” Donald Trump.
“He’s my friend, and I think of the candidates, of the choices that I have, he’s the best choice for president,” Giuliani told the leftist rag, the New York Times.
It was just mid-February that the real estate tycoon said on national TV, during a GOP debate no less, repeating a leftist talking point, that George W. Bush lied to America about Saddam Hussein having weapons of mass destruction — knowingly lying– according to Trump.
Amazingly, following the GOP debate in February, Trump brazenly lied about the accusation against George W. Bush, claiming that, “I didn’t call anyone a liar,” a lie about the lie.
Giuliani brushed aside Trump’s unpresidential attacks on Ted Cruz’s wife Heidi Cruz, telling the NY Times that, “He’s a first-time candidate — you’re going to have some of these mistakes.”
Rudy Giuliani revealed that he completely understood Ted Cruz’s much-ballyhooed shot against Donald Trump’s “New York values,” an attack against the billionaire’s long-held positions on abortion and homosexual marriage, as well as the billionaire’s buying off liberal politicians for decades.
“I know he was attacking liberal Democratic values … I know. I fought to change those policies in areas like welfare reform and policing, as did Mike Bloomberg… There was a better way to say it.”