Rudy Giuliani reportedly named as top candidate for Secretary of State under President-elect Donald Trump's administration
Rudy Giuliani is reportedly a top contender for Secretary of State under President-elect Donald Trump’s administration.
The former New York mayor was floated as a top candidate for U.S. Attorney General ahead of Trump’s unanticipated victory, but now sources close to the increasingly fluid White House transition say Giuliani may instead tackle foreign relations, according to The Associated Press.
Giuliani coyly avoided confirming his place on Trump’s shortlist and offered former UN ambassador John Bolton as another good candidate for the coveted State position while attending the Wall Street Journal CEO Council event Monday night.
Asked if there was anyone better to assume the position once held by failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, the former federal prosecutor replied: “Maybe me, I don’t know.” Read More
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