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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The concept is interesting and well-formed, but in order to earn better than a 'C,' the idea must be feasible.~Yale management professor on Fred Smith's paper proposing a reliable overnight delivery service. (Smith went on to found Federal
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