Thursday, March 8, 2007

DUKE GOLFER WON’T CAMPAIGN FOR FATHER

Andrew Giuliani, a sophomore at Duke and a member of the golf team, will not be participating in any of his famous father’s presidential campaign events. Andrew Giuliani says he has no interest in helping his father, Rudy, get elected. The younger Giuliani claims it his devotion to becoming a professional golfer within three years that allows no time for distraction. However, in an interview with the New York Times, Andrew made clear that it's his relationship with his father's new wife that’s causing the friction. "There's obviously a little problem that exists between me and his wife," the younger Giuliani said. "And we're trying to figure that out. But as of right now it's not working as well as we would like." To try and resolve things, Andrew says he’s invited his new step mom down to Duke for a little game of one-on-one hoop Henderson style. “I figure she’s one hard/unintentional/combative foul away from seeing things my way,” said Giuliani.

In a statement to ABC News' "Good Morning America," Andrew Giuliani said: "I got my values from my mother. She's a strong influence in my life. She's a strong woman. I have problems with my father, but that doesn't mean he won't make a good president." (actual quote)

“If Henderson treatment doesn’t work on my step-mom,” he continued, “the lacrosse guys have agreed to host a fundraiser my old man.”

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