Republican Rudy Giuliani says he will try to follow Ronald Reagan’s lead and stay out of the latest dustup between presidential candidates.
Campaigning in New Hampshire this weekend, Giuliani invoked Reagan when asked about the current quarrel between other presidential hopefuls over who is the most credible Republican candidate.
Giuliani said Reagan’s 11th commandment was that thou shall not attack another Republican.
The argument began on Friday when Mitt Romney told an audience in Nevada that he’s the most credible Republican seeking the party’s presidential nomination. A day later, John McCain scoffed at the assertion and recalled Romney’s moderate politics and past support of Democratic candidates.