Giuliani insisted on locating New York’s emergency command center in the World Trade Center — a likely terrorist target — despite detailed objections from the police and Secret Service. (It would later be destroyed on 9/11.) Great judgment.
Giuliani recommended his pal and former bodyguard Bernard Kerik, a high school drop-out, to helm the nation’s Homeland Security. (Kerik would later be sentenced to four years in prison.) Great judgment.
And now Giuliani — who holds himself in the highest possible regard (as he does our constantly-lying, incompetent, vulgar, bullying president) — is leading the charge against Robert Mueller.
It’s rich. Treat yourself to Joe Scarborough’s rant on Giuliani — and corruption. After a slow start, it just builds and builds and builds.
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On the day of the 1983 economic summit, James A. Baker 3rd, then chief of staff, realized Mr. Reagan had not read his briefing book. When Mr. Baker asked why, Mr. Reagan responded, 'Well, Jim, The Sound of Music was on last night.'~Professor Herbert S. Parmet reviewing President Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime
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