May 13, 2007
FOX News Sunday continues our “Choosing the President” series with an EXCLUSIVE Interview with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
In his first Sunday show interview since entering the race for the White House, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani sits down with me on the campaign trail to answer the tough questions about his agenda for the country.
The GOP frontrunner is currently taking a lot of heat from conservative critics over his stance on abortion. While the former mayor says he is pro-choice, he also supports limits on abortions, would be “ok” if Roe v. Wade is overturned, and is vowing to appoint “strict constructionist” judges. However, pro-life advocates in the Republican party are worried about Giuliani’s stance. Will voters overlook his more progressive views on social issues like abortion, gun control, and gay rights and make him the nominee?
And, dubbed by some as “America’s Mayor” for his leadership in New York city following 9/11 terrorist attacks, we will discuss the issue at the heart of his campaign — the war on terrorism. How would a potential "President" Giuliani fight the war on terror, and what is his plan for success in Iraq? Will he continue the policies of President Bush, or will he take the nation on a different path? We will discuss his foreign policy agenda as well as his vision for the economy, health care and education at home.
Our panel will then discuss the latest from the 2008 campaign trail and preview FOX's first Republican Presidential Debate in the South, set for this Tuesday. Our panel will then discuss the winners and losers from this week’s Republican presidential debate. Our FNS Power Panel joins us for an always lively discussion:
So check your local listings and we'll see you on the next FOX News Sunday,