Rudy Giuliani, said he blames his ego for previous criticism of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
"Well, I mean, there's a certain amount of personal ego in that. At that point I was probably comparing his record to my record...That’s all part of campaigning."
Rudy Giuliani weighs in on the 2012 race and talks about what Mitt Romney can do to make a personal connection with voters.
"Every candidate is, you know, 60/40, 70/30, 80/20, there's no perfect candidate, and the reality is all of us have our strengths and weaknesses. I think it's no secret that Governor Romney's problem during the primary was that idea of making a personal connection. It shows in the polls. And I think he's doing a much better job at it. And, frankly, my advice to him would be, be yourself. I mean, if, in fact, you are a somewhat formal person, that's okay be a formal person."
Sunday on “State of the Union,” tightening poll numbers in the presidential race, and the heated debate over Bain Capital. Candy talks exclusively with Former Republican Presidential Candidate Rudy Giuliani, and DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
On Memorial Day we remember those who have died in service to our country by taking an account of how we care for our veterans. Last year, we explored the challenges facing veterans. A year later we check back with our guests to measure progress:
General Peter Chiarelli (ret.), Fmr. vice chief of staff of the U.S. Army on treating PTSD and brain injuries in veterans.
Senator Patty Murray, chairwoman of the Veterans Affairs Committee, on the V.A.’s struggle to break the backlog of disability claims.
Tim Tetz, Legislative Director of the American Legion, and Paul Rieckhoff, Founder and Executive Director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America on the challenges our nation’s veterans have in finding a job in a struggling economy.
It’s Wednesday, and here’s where we stand...
Well, it used to be months, now we’re looking at weeks – less than two, to be exact – until the Treasury Department says we’ll have to start writing I.O.U.s instead of checks to our creditors. So are we any closer to a deal? Depends on who you ask. The bipartisan “Gang of Six” presented a plan to about 50 senators and received a warm response. But there are some serious questions as to whether or not it’s even possible to put together a major deal before August 2nd. The likely alternative: a short-term stop gap. So yes, the budget will be a big topic again this Sunday.
In this online-only clip, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani talks about his friend Rupert Murdoch in the wake of the News of the World scandal, 9/11 ten years later and a same-sex couple close to his heart.
The clock is ticking and a week of White House negotiating sessions between President Obama and congressional leaders has been fruitless. We’ll discuss the state of the talks with Jacob Lew, the director of the Office of Management and Budget.
Plus, the politics behind the negotiating with Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Then, we sit down with former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani. Will he launch another presidential bid? What does he make of the current field? We’ll ask.