This is one of the most disgusting lies I have heard in quite some time. Five people died and seventeen people were infected during the anthrax attacks. And it just shows you what some people will do: use an issue as it suits them, regardless of the human cost. Speaking of using people and issues, it was Giuliani who actually lived with a same-sex couple then stiffed them at their wedding. Via a Towleroad May 4, piece:. Ah, the sanctity of marriage… Actually, speaking of the sanctity of marriage, Giuliani, who is against gay marriage, has been married three times.
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Rudy Giuliani on Civil Rights
So, what is her sexual affiliation, and has she ever spoken on the details of such? Here's a breakdown of what we know. Caroline is bisexual and has been plenty open about it. This recent admission shouldn't come as much of a surprise though, as she once joked on Twitter about being bisexual and being unsure if she likes both men and women or only half of one of them. Caroline explains that she only experienced true "curiosity, open-mindedness, and sense of adventure" when she began experimenting with other couples. Although it looks like Caroline has never been married, her brother Andrew Giuliani was married in a lavish New York City wedding in
Giuliani Smeared by '08 Rival
Let's start at the end, shall we? In this case in , when Rudy Giuliani divorced his third wife, Judith, after 20 years together. They quickly became New York royalty and acted accordingly. They owned box seats at the New York Yankees, bought high-value properties, and went to the opera.
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani will officiate his first same-sex wedding next weekend, making good on a promise that he reportedly made before the Supreme Court upheld marriage equality. Giuliani will marry longtime friend and adviser Scott Segal, a former law firm colleague, and Travis Hatch in Washington. Segal said he and Giuliani first broached the possibility of Giuliani presiding over Segal's wedding while discussing the possible outcome of the Supreme Court case last year. The Republican politician, once a proponent of civil unions for same-sex couples, said it was time for a change.