That’s how grown ups with integrity, decency, honor and loyalty does it. A lot for #Hilloccio to learn here ..
President-elect Donald Trump has interviewed dozens of people for the various cabinet-level positions that he needed to fill. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was one of the many people interviewed who did not end up getting a job.
It was widely known that Giuliani wanted the secretary of state slot, but he did not end up being chosen for it. However, that hasn’t stopped him from supporting Trump, Politico reported.
Despite being passed over for the position, Giuliani has made it clear that the Trump team didn’t forget his loyalty throughout the election, and Giuliani is standing by them, even though he doesn’t have an administration job.
“But he offered me jobs that probably at a different time in my life, I would have taken in a minute. They’d have been a great honor,” Giuliani explained in an interview with “Fox & Friends.”
“I’ve got a big law firm. I’ve got a big consulting firm. I am extremely busy. And at 72 years old, there was only one challenge I thought that really was left for me. The others wouldn’t have been a challenge,” he added.
Giuliani has shown that he really is a class act. Other people might have turned against Trump for not getting their way, but Giuliani knows how the game is played and he isn’t going to stop supporting Trump just because he didn’t get his dream job.
The Hill noted that Giuliani said Trump had offered him other cabinet-level positions, but he did not specify which positions were offered to him.
Back in early December, Giuliani announced that he had withdrawn his name from consideration for a job in the Trump administration — a move that Trump initially didn’t accept, The Washington Post reported.
Giuliani knows what is best for the country, and he knows that as a private citizen he can still do a lot to help the Trump administration along. That’s what true loyalty is.
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