Giuliani has been named America's Mayor by the media since September 11th, 2001.
Rudy Giuliani was preceded by David Dinkins as the mayor of NYC.
Rudy Giuliani has a honorary degree from Loyola College in Maryland.
At St. Vincent's Hospital in the Manhattan borough of NYC, there is a Rudolph W. Giuliani Trauma Center currently under construction.
In 1998, Giuliani received The Hundred Year Association of New York's Gold Medal Award for his outstanding contributions to the City of New York
Giuliani's 1st ex-wife is Regina Peruggi. Giuliani received a Roman Catholic church annulment because he claimed to have found out they were 2nd cousins after 14 years of being married.
In 2000, Giuliani received the "Muzzle Award" from the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression. This award represents the denial of Free Expression as protected by the US Constitution.
Rudy Giuliani's father served time in the well known prison Sing Sing.
Rudy Giuliani was the 107th Mayor of New York City.
Giuliani missed his son Andrew's high school graduation.
Giuliani's son Andrew attends Duke University and is currently a senior.
Giuliani's kids will not campaign with him during his bid for President of the US 2008.
Giuliani's son Andrew has stated "There's obviously a little problem that exists between me and his wife" in reference to Judi Nathan. That is the reason he and his father have been estranged for the past year.
Giuliani confirmed in February of 2008 that he is running for President.
Giuliani has a home in the Hamptons. His home is specifically in Southampton, NY.
Giuliani married his former mistress Judi Nathan in May of 2003. As a result of the marriage, Rudy Giuliani has one step daughter by the name of Whitney.
In 2001, Giuliani was openly cheating on his 2nd wife Donna Hanover with Judi Nathan.
Giuliani's ex-wife is Donna Hanover. He has 2 biological children named Andrew and Caroline with her.
In 1983, Giuliani was appointed U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
In 2001, Giuliani was Time Magazine's Person of the Year.
During Giuliani's two terms as mayor of NYC, crime rates dropped dramatically.
Giuliani majored in Political Science and Philosophy at Manhattan College, in the Bronx, NY.
Giuliani: I never saw myself as any different than another New Yorker, because that's who I was. I was born in Brooklyn and I lived in Queens, and I went to school in the Bronx, and I lived in Manhattan, and I spent a lot of time in Staten Island. So I felt very much a part of the city. And even when people would say to me later, "You showed great strength," I would always say, because it's true, that I just reflected the strength of the people of the city.
Giuliani: I don't really need Michael Moore to tell me about September 11th.
Giuliani: When you confront a problem you begin to solve it.
Giuliani: There are many qualities that make a great leader. But having strong beliefs, being able to stick with them through popular and unpopular times, is the most important characteristic of a great leader.
Giuliani: (referring to September 11th) The number of casualties may be more than any of us can bear.
Giuliani: Leaders need to be optimists. Their vision is beyond the present.
Giuliani: It's about time law enforcement got as organized as organized crime.
Giuliani: In choosing a president, we really don't choose a Republican or Democrat, a conservative or liberal. We choose a leader.
Giuliani: If we take back the labor unions, the legitimate businesses, eventually they become just another street gang. Spiritually, psychologically, they've always been just a street gang.
Giuliani: Freedom is about authority. Freedom is about the willingness of every single human being to cede to lawful authority a great deal of discretion about what you do and how you do it.
Giuliani (to Larry King): Yes, I'm running. I think I can make a difference. I believe this country needs leadership.