Mr Giuliani, who acknowledged the flaws of his 2008 campaign, said he was not convinced that any of the declared Republican contenders could defeat Barack Obama. "These are a lot of qualified people," he said. "Do they have a good chance of winning? I don't know the answer to that." Mr Giuliani backed away from an aide's recent comment that he would decide "very soon" whether to join the presidential field. He ruled out any decision before the end of July and said his timeline is late August or early September. He argued that he still has the drive to extend his political career. "I have a tremendous fire for more public service," Mr Giuliani, 67, said. "That's something that I feel sort of incomplete about."
Friday, July 15, 2011
Giuliani: I'm Still Thinking About It
The completely useless Rudy Giuliani is keeping himself in the news by playing cat-and-mouse with reporters over his potential run for president.