Andrew Giuliani worked for Donald Trump throughout the 45th President’s entire term. Giuliani worked as a Special Assistant to Trump and was responsible for inviting sports figures and teams to the White House.
Rudy Giuliani has also served Donald Trump in a number of ways and has ended up in legal peril because of it. Still, the former New York City Mayor doesn’t expect Trump to pay him back by endorsing his son in the New York Governors race. In fact, Rudy says he doesn’t want the ex-President endorsing Andrew because it would provide too much of an edge.
Both Giuliani’s were in attendance at Tuesday’s New York GOP Convention. When asked if he had tried to get Trump’s endorsement for his son, Rudy responded, “So far, this guy (Andrew) is winning that battle. He’s willing to do an open primary, equal terms for everybody, nobody getting an edge. Let’s just go out there, 3 million Republicans, we’re going to let them decide.”
Rudy Giuliani says he won’t ask former President Trump to endorse in the race for governor, says the primary should be wide open pic.twitter.com/perAtUuHcG
— Nick Reisman (@NickReisman) March 1, 2022
Former Congressman Lee Zeldin, a MAGA acolyte, is the favorite to win the Republican nomination in the New York race. Andrew Giuliani, though, has polled strongly, thanks to his Dad’s name recognition.
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