Senate president Ted Gatsas, center, claps as Rep. Jeb Bradley, R-N.H., shakes hands with former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani in Manchester, N.H., in this Nov. 3, 2006.
As Rudy Giuliani prepares to run for president, it is increasingly clear he will have to revamp the global businesses that bear his name and link him to everything from jogger backpacks to nuclear power plants.
Extricating himself from that work may be tough: His name is on the door, on the stationery, and on the minds of many of their clients.
It is largely through his post-Sept. 11 popularity that he built up Giuliani Partners LLP, which focuses on emergency preparedness, public safety and corporate governance, and Bracewell & Giuliani, a well-established D.C. law firm best known for its energy company clients.
“It’s not just the companies, it’s the global nature of his work and how much he has to travel to foreign countries when he really needs to be in this country raising money,” said Steven Cohen, a Columbia University professor of politics.
This is a SILLY negative piece about Mayor Giuliani.
Of course, when the Mayor announces his run for the Presidency he will have to raise alot of money and curtail his business travel.Â Will his private business experience be a negative – NO!
Hugh Hewitt seems to think this is :“It is anti-Giuliani agenda journalism.”
Nah…..just a stupid piece on a slow news day, rehashing a bunch of nonsense.
Everyone knows when it is Rudy vs. Hillary when the “HIT PIECES” start running in the New York Times and Washington Post.
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