Do you think Ghouliani's also-married fuck-partner deserves respect? You know,Page Six:
Rudy Giuliani's wife filed for divorce after his affair with married woman — WHITEFIELD, N.H. — Rudy Giuliani had an affair with a married New Hampshire hospital administrator before the mayor-turned-presidential lawyer and his wife separated, multiple sources told The Post.
Does Rudy perhaps believe double-adultery negates the whole thing, two wrongs make a right style? Can you imagine wanting (or merely tolerating, for gawd-knows-what reasons) to see Ghouliani nekkid?
And this makes what, the third time the Mayor of 9/11 has committed adultery on his way out of a marriage? Puts him right up there w/ Gingrich & Trump. "I'm Guiliani, bitch!"
Some skin-crawling details from the Murdoch Post:
What is wrong w/ these people? Every weasel named, every person/male assistant/hotel employee/snitch quoted, the reporters, every one of you who read the Post; what's wrong w/ you?But after the hospital tour, Giuliani and Ryan, who lives with her husband, Robert, in Manchester, headed an hour north to the Mountain View Grand Resort and Spa in Whitefield.
The thrice-married Giuliani booked the posh resort’s spacious Summit Suite — with views of the Presidential Mountain Range — for the pair.
Past guests at the historic, four-star spot include Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Richard Nixon, author Stephen King and former first lady Michelle Obama.
Giuliani and Ryan ate with three men in the resort’s private dining area The Hunt Room on March 29, according to sources. He ordered the $32 beef rib.
After dinner, “the woman went back to his room with him,” a waitress told The Post.
“We were all surprised because he is really getting on in years, and she was quite a bit younger than him. We were all like, ‘Hmmm,’ ” the server added.
Hotel staff noted that while Giuliani didn’t seem as if he was trying to hide his girlfriend from them, he was careful only to meet with Ryan in more secluded areas of the resort.
A male assistant for Giuliani made sure he was on the hotel’s “VIP list’’ and arranged for him to watch “The Godfather” and “The Godfather Part II” in its private movie screening room.
“He was VIP, so when he requested the movies, I made sure to have them ready for him,” a hotel employee said. “We all recognized him right away. We were all very impressed.”