Nov. 20, 2016: the Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani comes in to the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster club house in Bedminster, N. J., for meeting with President-elect Donald Trump.
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani has removed his name from consideration, announced for a position in the President-elect, Donald Trump, the Cabinet of Ministers, the transition team on Friday.
Giuliani, who is currently Vice-Chairman of the presidential transition team, it was rumored that the consideration for the foreign Minister. Giuliani said in a statement that he intends to continue his work in the private sector.
“Before I was engaged in the campaign and fulfilled by my work, with my law firm and consulting company, and I will continue that work with even more enthusiasm,” said Giuliani. “From the point of view of the private sector, I am looking forward to the presidential election in any way he deems necessary and appropriate.”
The transition team, said Trump met with Giuliani on Nov. 29., while the matter was discussed.
Trump praised Giuliani, calling him “an extraordinarily talented and Patriotic Americans.”
“He is, and remains, a close personal friend, and, to the extent practical, I’ll give him a call, for advice and see an important place for him in the administration at a later time.”
To be Reince Priebus, tapped, Trump’s chief of staff, said that Giuliani “has been tested by our team for any potential conflicts and passed with flying colors.”