Giuliani says he’s no Hillary

first_imgThroughout, he sought to undermine her appeal as a woman candidate. “American people decide who they want as president based on who they think the right person is for the country, not whether someone is a man or a woman or a different race,” Giuliani told an audience of more than 1,500 women. “We have a record that’s very, very proud and very long of making certain that women participate on a full and complete and equal basis with men,” he said. PALM SPRINGS – Rudy Giuliani made a simple case for his presidential candidacy Saturday to a national convention of Republican women: He’s not Hillary Clinton. Speaking to a GOP organization devoted to getting women elected, Giuliani hammered on the Democratic front-runner and said he deserved their support. He elicited laughs as he dismissed Clinton’s calls for universal health coverage as “Hillarycare” and pooh-poohed her proposal to give every American-born child a $5,000 college bond. The former New York mayor drew sustained applause when he described Clinton’s response to a recent question about Iran as incomprehensible. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img