The Washington Examiner reports:
Andrew Giuliani, a former top aide to President Donald Trump and son of “America’s Mayor,” is “heavily considering” a bid for governor of New York in 2022, potentially setting up an epic clash between the two biggest political families in recent New York history. “I plan to run,” Giuliani told Secrets.
“Outside of anybody named Trump, I think I have the best chance to win and take the state back, and I think there’s an opportunity in 2022 with a wounded Democratic candidate, whether it’s going to be Gov. Cuomo, whether it’s going to be radical Letitia James, whether it’s going to be a no-name lieutenant governor, I think there’s a very, very real chance to win,” he added.
Read the full article. Andrew Giuliani, 35, a former Trump staffer who recently became a Newsmax host, has never held elected office.
His mother is Food Network host Donna Hanover, Rudy Giuliani’s second wife, who famously found out about their impending divorce when Rudy announced it at a 2001 press conference after the media exposed his affair with the woman who would become his third wife.
Exclusive: Andrew Giuliani targets Cuomo, plans 2022 gubernatorial bid in NY@AndrewHGiuliani ‘I’m the right candidate, and this is the right time to help change New York State, and we’ve got a playbook that works.’https://t.co/tLAuAivaMU
— Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) April 7, 2021