Last Updated: 19 May, 2023 | Views: 339
Other Profession(s): Politician, Actor, Businessperson, Prosecutor, Orator
Famous For: Former New York City Mayor, Attorney
Higher Education: Manhattan College (BA), New York University (JD)
A former American politician, lawyer, businessman, and public speaker, Rudolph William Louis 'Rudy' Giuliani is a former American politician, lawyer, and businessman. His public service career started in the 1980s when he was appointed to the Southern District of New York City United States Attorney's Office, where he eventually became the "U.S. Attorney." As a result of his powerful leadership, the city was cleaned up from the mess caused by an increase in cocaine consumption when he vigorously arrested drug dealers. He also targeted organized crime groups and white-collar criminals. In terms of effectiveness, he is among the most effective United States Attorneys in American history.
1970: His first job was at the United States Attorney's Office.
Deputy Attorney General Harold "Ace" Tyler appointed him Associate Deputy Attorney General and chief of staff in the mid-1970s.
1977: Following his departure from the U.S. Attorney's Office, he joined Patterson, Belknap, Webb, and Tyler in New York for his private practice.
1993: With Giuliani as mayor, crime could be reduced, crime rates decreased, and the city could avoid being overrun with drugs. In 1993, the city wanted the following things from its mayor.
2000: As a result of his ruthless handling of issues and his leadership, Giuliani lost his popularity.
2001: After Giuliani retired in 2001, Bloomberg was elected as mayor of New York City thanks to Giuliani's endorsement.
2008: When Giuliani decided to run for president in 2008, he sought the Republican nomination. In spite of his contributions to New York City, he had limited success in his campaign.
2002: Honorary knighthood by Her Majesty
Fiorello LaGuardia Public Service Award
Ronald Reagan Freedom Award
Margaret Thatcher Medal of Freedom
At age 55, Giuliani was diagnosed with prostate cancer and underwent several months of hormonal treatment with Lupron, low-dose prostate brachytherapy, and external beam radiotherapy. He had lost his father to prostate cancer.