The things people will do to burnish their reputation for the Republican Presidential primaries. Here Rudolph W. Giuliani, in his campaign biography, denies all knowledge of his two so-called "children" and of his two so-called "ex wives":
JoinRudy2008.com: Rudolph W. Giuliani was born in 1944 to a working class family in Brooklyn.... Italian immigrants... strong work ethic... equal opportunity.... Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, Manhattan College... New York University Law School.... United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York... Chief of the Narcotics Unit at age 29. In 1975, Rudy was recruited to work in Washington, D.C., and was appointed Associate Deputy Attorney General and chief of staff to the Deputy Attorney General. In 1977, Rudy returned to New York to the private practice of law.
The Crime Fighter: After the inauguration of Ronald Reagan in 1981, Rudy was named Associate Attorney General.... United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.... Mayor of the City of New York... overall crime was cut by 57%.... September 11th, 2001.... Giuliani Partners in January, 2002, quickly establishing the consulting firm as a leader in the fields of emergency preparedness, public safety, crisis management, energy and health care... “boutique investment banking”... Giuliani Capital Advisors... Bracewell & Giuliani....
In May of 2003, Rudy married Judith S. Nathan. Mrs. Giuliani is a registered nurse with an extensive medical and scientific background. She currently serves as Managing Director of Changing Our World, Inc., a national fundraising and philanthropic services company headquartered in New York. In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Mrs. Giuliani coordinated the efforts at the Family Assistance Center on Pier 94. She was also a founding member of the Board of Trustees of the Twin Towers Fund, which raised and distributed $216 million to over 600 families and individuals.
In 2006, Mrs. Giuliani was awarded New York University College of Nursing’s “Humanitarian Award” in recognition of using her nursing identity for humanitarian work and charitable endeavors as well as for being a powerful voice that enhances the visibility of nursing and elevates the profession. Also in 2006, Mrs. Giuliani received the “St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Service Award” from Mother Cabrini High School, an award honoring her commitment to young women and their education.