Giuliani Defends Support for Abortion

Friday, May 11, 2007

Presidential candidate Rudolph Giuliani told an audience at a small Christian university in Houston to look past his support for abortion, and see the other issues that unite him to conservative Republican values. His defense of his long-held position marks a shift in strategy since his ambivalent response to an abortion-related question in last week’s debate.

All Things Considered host Amy Eddings talks with WNYC’s Brian Lehrer about Rudy’s strategic shift, and whether it will help him become the Republican candidate for president.

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