MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, whose drive-by approach to campaigning in New Hampshire drove his 2008 presidential campaign into the ground, is setting the stage for a do-over.
Giuliani, who says he hasn't decided whether he's running again, sounded a lot like a candidate when he spoke at a GOP fundraiser in Manchester on Friday night.
He came down hard on President Barack Obama, mocking him as a stuttering weakling when it comes to Libya. He declared that Obama has displayed the worst presidential decision making on foreign policy he's ever seen.
As for his own decision-making, Giuliani said he should've spent more time in New Hampshire during his failed 2008 campaign. He finished a distant fourth there and folded his campaign soon after.
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