Giuliani says George Floyd tragedy could have united the nation, blames riots on progressive political leaders




Giuliani says George Floyd tragedy could have united the nation, blames riots on progressive political leaders
Giuliani says George Floyd tragedy could have united the nation, blames riots on progressive political leaders  

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joins Harris Faulkner on 'America's News HQ.'

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