Another dire prediction from one of Rudy Giuliani’s old adversaries in New York…
Here’s what Representative Gregory Meeks had to say to me about last week’s indictment of Bernard Kerik and its impact on Giuliani’s presidential bid.
"The Kerik stuff just shows some of the decision making process that this guy had as Read More
Rudy Giulani’s campaign is hitting back at the former mayor’s onetime friend John McCain for his comments earlier today linking Giuliani to freshly indicted former aide Bernard Kerik.
"It’s kind of shocking, since there is nothing new out there, that John McCain now changes his tune on Rudy Giuliani just because he is Read More
So, who stands to benefit from the Bernie Kerik fallout for Rudy Giuliani?
Political consultant Ed Rollins thinks the Democrats, rather than any of Giuliani’s Republican opponents, are the ones who can really capitalize on it.
Rollins, who has worked on Ronald Reagan’s re-election campaign and ran the campaign Read More
So I guess it’s really time to ask what the Bernard Kerik news going to mean for the Giuliani campaign. What’s the long view here?
During an interview I did this week for a profile on Tony Carbonetti, Rudy Giuliani’s senior political advisor talked about former police commissioner and Giuliani aide Bernard Kerik, who is expected to be indicted today on charges of tax fraud, corruption and conspiracy counts.
Here’s what Carbonetti said:
"Rudy accepts Read More
Before Rudolph W. Giuliani started to run for President, he specialized in writing books and delivering inspirational lectures on the topic of “leadership,” which has become the theme for his campaign. He is now telling America that in a time of war and terror, he is the leader we need. And he seems to be Read More
Mike Bloomberg backed away from a health department plan to advocate circumcision as a means of reducing the spread of AIDS.
A contractor with ties to the mob and Bernie Kerik probably shouldn’t be working on the new Yankee Stadium, Bloomberg said.
The Daily News editorial board wants Andrew Cuomo to Read More
There may be a rift between Mike Bloomberg and one of his appointees to the city’s Commission on Human Rights.
They city will promote circumcision.
The bruising budget battle diminished Eliot Spitzer’s approval rating.
Judges across the state are upset they didn’t get pay raises in the Read More
It’s still unclear what damage will result from today’s revelation that Rudy Giuliani had been briefed about some of Bernard Kerik’s connections to a suspicious construction company before the former mayor championed his former security guard as secretary of Homeland Security. Giuliani has in large part based his run on the perception that Read More
Jeanine Pirro’s campaign received an in-kind contribution from Bernie Kerik’s lawyer days before their scandal broke.
Senate Republicans sent more money to defend John Flanagan’s seat on Long Island than to defend the Westchester seat Nick Spano won by 18 votes two years ago.
John Faso misspelled the Read More