CNN host cuts Guiliani off for saying Obama’s community organizing experience is inferior to Romney’s CEO background
Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani had words for President Obama during his appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union” with Candy Crowley Sunday morning – his accomplishments pale in comparison with Mitt Romney’s.
“The simple fact is that Mitt Romney has been far more successful in the things that he’s done than Barack Obama,” Giuliani said. “This is a man who ran a significant business, made it into a tremendous success which used to be — used to count for a lot in America.
“He created dozens of businesses. I worked with him when he took the Olympics out of chaos. Rremember, we had to do the Olympics in Utah just a few months after September 11. They were going to cancel the Olympics.”
Guiliani contrasted Romney’s personal successes with what the former mayor sees as Obama’s lackluster record as a radical community organizer and Illinois state senator prior to his coming to Washington.