Thursday, September 20, 2007

Vilsack Preaches On Giuliani's Personal Life In New York

At least Iowa's last two former governors are being bi-partisan in their attacks on the personal life of GOP presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani.

Speaking during a television interview last night, former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, Hillary Clinton's campaign co-chairman in Iowa, raised Giuliani's three marriages. But Vilsack went further, getting into speculation about the relationship the former New York mayor has with his children.

"I can't even get into the number of marriages and the fact that his children - the relationship he has with his children - and what kind of circumstances New York was in before Sept. 11," Vilsack said during an interview on NY1 last night.
"There are lot of issues involving Mayor Giuliani . . . He's got a very interesting past."

Vilsack's comment comes months after another one-time resident of Terrace Hill, the Iowa governor's mansion, told the Carroll Daily Times Herald that Giuliani faced some challenges where his personal life interesects with politics.

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