Rudy Giuliani never got the head-to-head match-up he’d wanted with Hillary Clinton in the 2000 New York Senate race.
But on Monday night, he unleashed a stinging barrage against her character in the most energetic speech of the Republican National Convention’s opening night.
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Sixteen years after he’d been forced to pass on his Senate campaign amid a divorce and a bout with cancer, Giuliani pounded Clinton with everything he had.
In a speech introducing Donald and Melania Trump, Giuliani stuck to the day’s themes: attacking Clinton over Benghazi and immigration.
“Who would trust Hillary Clinton to protect them? I wouldn’t. Would you?” he said.
“Hillary Clinton’s experience is the basis for her campaign,” Giuliani said. “Hillary Clinton’s experience is exactly the reason she should not be president of the United States. There’s no next election — this is it. No more time to repeat our mistakes of the Clinton-Obama years. Washington needs a complete turnaround.” Read more at CNN.