MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Rudy Giuliani is making his way through the first primary state of New Hampshire, seemingly very serious about entering the presidential pool of Republican candidates.
The former New York mayor who had to answer for many of his moderate views, like his stance on abortion, in 2008 now says economically he's "maybe the most conservative candidate in the race."
Known for his handling of New York during the worst terrorist disaster on America's home soil, this time around Giuliani is brandishing his economic credentials. He took a break from campaigning to talk to Carl Cameron - starting with Friday's jobs report.
Watch the interview below: