If failed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney decides to run again, he needs to focus more on issues like the administration’s response to the Benghazi attack, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) said Thursday.
“He’s going to have to convince them that he’s going to run a different kind of campaign this time,” Giuliani said on “Fox and Friends.”
The former mayor said Romney needs to show that “he’s not going to back away from topics like Benghazi.”
“Even if he didn’t win, if he had made Benghazi a bigger issue, I think we would have had a better chance,” Giuliani said about Romney’s 2012 run.
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