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Giuliani: It's Time for Trump's Campaign to Make 'Serious Changes'

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By    |   Wednesday, 13 Apr 2016 12:38 PM

Rudy Giuliani plans to vote for Donald Trump, but he said Wednesday he thinks it's time for his fellow New Yorker to make some "serious changes to his organization, for his good."

"Here's a general piece of wisdom I read years ago — there's a difference between winning a primary and then becoming the general election candidate," the former New York City mayor told Fox News' "Fox and Friends" program. "You use different people."

For example, he went on, Ronald Reagan after he won his primary election, hired James Baker away from George H.W. Bush to take him into the general election.

"They had a bitter primary," said Giuliani of Reagan and Bush. "People forget this. Ronald Reagan overcame him and he said, 'I got my people, but they can [only] take me so far. That guy, Baker, wow, he can take me the rest of the way.'"

Giuliani said he'd like to see that kind of shift in Trump's organization, and he would have liked to have seen it two weeks ago.

"Hopefully it will happen," said the former mayor. "The New York primary is coming up. People should know I'm voting for him. He's the best choice among the Republicans, better than the Democrats. He'll make a good president."

However, he continued to deny that he's endorsing Trump, as he's not a member of the real estate billionaire's campaign operation.

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