“I may not be able to change my father’s decision, but together we can vote for this toxic administration outside the office,” wrote Giuliani, who publicly supported the Democratic candidates in the last presidential election.
If I was the daughter of a polarizing mayor who became the president’s personal bulldog, she taught me something, that is that corruption starts with “yes-men”
She accused Trump “and his activists” of using the presidency to “subjugate the injustice that has already permeated our society,” rejected his policies, revoked the protection of the LGBTQ community, and criticized his behavior in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Giuliani praised Biden for choosing Harris as his deputy and argued that the former vice president would be capable of bipartisanship and include progressive views. She also highlighted Biden’s proposals to combat climate change and warned that “it is clear that our planet cannot survive another four years from this administration’s environmental attack.”
“At Joe Biden, we will have a leader who prioritizes common language and kindness over the tactics of expropriation, harassment, and scorched earth,” she wrote.
She acknowledged that Biden was not her first election as president in the primary, but added: “I know what is at stake and Joe Biden will be president of all if elected.”
CNN’s Daniela Diaz contributed to this report.