From The Houston Chronicle
WASHINGTON — Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani is defending his wife after a profile in Vanity Fair magazine described her as a "princess bride."
At a news conference Tuesday in Norwalk, Conn., Giuliani said he scanned the article and found "enormous numbers of inaccuracies."
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The story, relying heavily on unnamed sources, said Judith Giuliani swoons over designer clothes, employs a full-time stylist and insists on a separate airplane seat for her Louis Vuitton handbag. Giuliani said his wife is a wonderful person who helped him through treatment for prostate cancer.
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Weird that Vanity Fair published a piece that casts a Republican in a negative light. Weird. This is as shocking to us as a misspelled word on a cable news crawl or Fox ‘confusing’ Obama with Osama. Rudy is a little bit nutty. It might not work if his wife wasn’t somewhat particular. For more on the candidate couples check out Tango's Road To The White House feature.