Election 2008

Giuliani Pitches Christian Conservatives at Regent

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Republican presidential hopeful Rudolph Giuliani spoke at a luncheon addressing conservative Christian voters Tuesday at Regent University.

The former New York mayor's appearance on televangelist Pat Robertson's turf has been much anticipated because of Giuliani's decision to maintain his pro-abortion stance.

David Saltonstall, senior correspondent at the New York Daily News, talks with Melissa Block.



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