September 22, 2014
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has harsh
words for President Barack Obama during a campaign stop in Las
Vegas, saying he's accomplished nothing and will turn the nation
more socialist than France if re-elected.
Giuliani told reporters after campaigning for Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney Friday that Romney has strong
convictions, and says the health care law he passed as Massachusetts governor isn't a liability.
Giuliani had criticized Romney's health care law last year because it served as a model for the federal health care overhaul that Republicans want repealed.
Giuliani also downplayed comments he made last year describing
Romney as a flip-flopper on health care, abortion and gay marriage.
Giuliani said Obama is "an unsuccessful person."
Giuliani and Romney were rivals in the 2008 Republican presidential primary.
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