Rudy Giuliani and Religious Conservatives

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With the latest campaign fundraising reports, Hillary Clinton looks stronger than ever as the choice of the Democrats. That creates an agonizing dilemma for some Christian conservatives, because Rudy Giuliani still leads on the Republican side. Faced with the former New York Mayor's messy personal life and liberal record on gay rights, immigration and a woman's right to abortion, leaders of the religious right are talking about a third party--which might guarantee Senator Clinton's victory. Does this mean a major opportunity for Giuliani's major opponents in next year’s primaries?  Is the religious right losing its clout in the Republican Party?

Credits

Guests:
Michael Scherer - Time Magazine - @michaelscherer, Jonathan Martin - New York Times - @jmartNYT, Janet Folger - President of Faith2Action, Amy Black - Wheaton College, James Antle - Washington Examiner - @jimantle

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Katie Cooper, Vanessa Romo, Frances Anderton