Deroy Murdock

Contributing Editor, National Review

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For political pundits, the big surprise of  this year's presidential campaigns  has been the continuing lead among Republicans of  Rudolph Giuliani .

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For political pundits, the big surprise of this year's presidential campaigns has been the continuing lead among Republicans of Rudolph Giuliani .

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