President Donald Trump has appointed former Mayor of New York Rudy Guiliani’s son Andrew to a position in the White House, POLITICO has revealed.
Andrew Guiliani, 31, a former professional golfer and the son of Guiliani’s second wife Donna Hanover, will work in the Office of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs, according to sources.
Among Guiliani’s responsibilities is the organization of the New England Patriots’ forthcoming visit to the White House after their incredible Super bowl victory. Previously he worked with Melania Trump’s staff in the runup to Donald Trump’s first speech to congress last week.
Guiliani made headlines in 2008 after filing a lawsuit against Duke University for his dismissal from the university’s golf team, having been lured to the university on the promise of playing. The suit was eventually dropped.
Rudy Guiliani was one of Donald Trump’s earliest and most reliable supporters and was strongly considered by Trump for the position of Secretary of State before eventually withdrawing his name from consideration.
Meanwhile, Guiliani’s daughter Caroline voted for and openly supported Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in preference to Donald Trump, despite her father’s support and her family’s close ties to Trump and his organizations.