Skip to comments.Giuliani Sees Policy Role for Wife (Maggot Gagger)
Posted on 03/30/2007 7:20:51 AM PDT by pissant
Former New York mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani told ABC News's Barbara Walters that he would welcome his wife, Judith, at White House Cabinet meetings and other policy discussions if he were elected president next year.
"If she wanted to," Giuliani said in the "20/20" interview to be broadcast tonight. "If they were relevant to something that she was interested in. I mean that would be something that I'd be very, very comfortable with."
Former New York mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani with wife Judith, who is a registered nurse. (By Mario Tama -- Getty Images)
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Giuliani, who is leading the Republican field in early polling, called his wife an important adviser to him. His wife, a nurse, said that she would probably play an important role in developing health-care policy in a Giuliani administration.
In the interview, Judith Giuliani also addressed her husband's public breakup with his most recent former wife, her relationship with Giuliani's son, and the former mayor's fight to overcome prostate cancer. This is the third marriage for both.
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IMO, this is not a smart move. Not smart at all.
Oh, jeez, another Co-President?
Her names's Maggot? And what a funny last name too...
vote 4 1, get 2
Don't count your chickens just yet, Rudy boy. If Fred runs, you're done.
And I'm pretty sure Fred is not foolish enough to say he'll use his wife as a policy adviser.
Really going after those Clinton democrats.
Why not. His polices are very similar to the Clintons....according to Rudy.
Fred's wife is actually one who SHOULD be able to advise him, based on her impressive resume. Rudy's new ho, not so much.
Say whatever you want Rudy. This election is not yours to win.
He is showing each and every day why he should not carry the banner for the Republican Party in the 2008 elections.
I don't know, there seems to be a long tradition of Southern presidents using family members as advisors. Clinton had Hillary on health care. Jimmy Carter had Amy on nuclear war. And so on.
you knuckledragger, you.!
ROFL!!!! I had forgotten about Amy being Carters chief foreign policy adviser.
Trying to appease errr.......I mean, win the female votes.... what if ALL the cabinet members brought in their spouses or lovers to the meetings? In fact bring the pets too. D.C. is just a collection of smelly Zoo animals anyway...so rough tough NY Rudy needs his Judy to rub his baldy head at the WH meetings.....WUSS....
Could Foley bring his young page boy?
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