Few American politicians have been as harsh as former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani (76). The Brooklyn lawyer worked hard internally in both Washington DC and his hometown, before he went to the polls to crush organized crime. He served as mayor for two terms, from 1994 to 2001.
Hard shots are fired at organized crime, which, among other things, ensured that the mafia lost control of the city’s garbage operations, and a strong leadership role after the attack on September 11, 2001, remains political milestones for the Republican.
These days, he works closely with President Donald Trump, as his personal lawyer. Thus, it is very surprising that Giuliani’s own offspring, daughter Caroline (31), now in many ways goes down the throat of her father.
– The President’s Bulldog
She has decided to encourage the American people to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in November. The presidential election kicks off on November 3, and decides whether the coming period will offer four new years with Trump or a change of power.
If the latter does not happen, Caroline Giuliani is afraid that things may really go awry.
“The only way to end this nightmare is by voting. There is hope on the horizon, but we only use it if we choose Joe Biden and Kamala Harris “, she writes in an article for Vanity Fair.
The politician’s daughter has already shown public support for the Democrats’ candidates, by posting a selfie with Harris in August. In the article, however, it is clear that she believes a change of power is absolutely essential.
“I may not be able to change my father’s opinions, but together we can vote this toxic administration out. It has taken perseverance and courage to find my political voice, and I am now using it to ask you to, together with me, fight against Donald Trump’s reign of terror, “she writes.
Caroline Giuliani also voted against Donald Trump in 2016, when her vote went to Hillary Clinton. She has also supported Obama. She explains that political disagreement within the family has been a part of her life for as long as she can remember, and that discussions around the dinner table often occurred.
LGBT rights are among the topics the two have discussed frequently, as well as questions regarding race and gender. These are also topics that President Trump has spoken about several times, which frightens her. She calls him a “Bond villain” and fears that the president will harm the LGBT community to an even greater degree than he has already done.
Caroline Giuliani works as a filmmaker, often with LGBT people, and feels the fear directly on her body. She is bisexual herself, something she has written on Twitter. She describes her father as a “polarizing mayor who became the president’s personal bulldog”, a clear sting.
She concludes the article by writing that Joe Biden was by no means her first choice, but that she still knows “what is at stake, and Joe Biden will be everyone’s president if he is elected”.
Rudy Giuliani has not yet commented on her daughter’s statements. He has rather spent the night commenting on Donald Trump’s live public meeting, clearly in Trump’s favor.
Rudy Giuliani has two children, both of whom he had with his ex-wife Donna Hanover. They married in 1984, and thus had a daughter Caroline and a son Andrew. The couple divorced in 2002.
While Caroline chose to go the film’s path, following an education at the prestigious Harvard University, her brother Andrew has followed in her father’s footsteps. Not only does he often play golf with the president, but he also works for the Trump administration. There he works, among other things, for sports teams to visit the White House.
He is married to real estate agent Zivile Rezgyte. It is not known if Caroline Giuliani has a boyfriend.
At least their father is single. Last year he divorced his wife Judith Nathan, after being married since 2003. The two first met in 1999, while Giuliani was still married to his second wife, and found the tone immediately.
One year later, Giuliani, then mayor of New York, invited to a press conference to announce his divorce. He also confirmed the one-year relationship with Nathan, which was to last only until last year.
Divorce became a costly affair. Judith received 42,000 dollars a month, just over 389,000 Norwegian kroner, in maintenance – something she thought were peanuts compared to what the couple allegedly spent in the month when they were together: 230,000 dollars (2.1 million Norwegian kroner).