[media id=3524] [media id=3525] (h/t Scarce for vids) Rudy Giuliani will probably regret going on Meet The Press yesterday. Tim Russert asks Rudy i
December 9, 2007

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Rudy Giuliani will probably regret going on Meet The Press yesterday. Tim Russert asks Rudy if he still agrees with the statements made by his unhinged, campaign foreign policy adviser, Norman Podhoretz, who thinks the latest NIE report on Iran was a hit job on President Bush, and recently wrote that he "hopes and prays" that President Bush bombs Iran soon -- and that Rudy agrees with him completely.

Giuliani tries and succeeds in completely scrubbing Podhoretz from the conversation, (without actually answering the question, of course) saying that while he believes the military option must be left on the table, he thinks invading Iran should only be done as a last resort. This shows a big disconnect in the Giuliani campaign, but when it comes right down to it, does anybody believe him?

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