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Rudy Giuliani’s Smile Costs $2,300

by | 20th, September 2007

guilianijpg.jpgRUDY Giuliani is in London. This is part of Rudy 2008. It is 2007. Rudy is a man with his eyes on the future.

As the Guardian reports, the man who would be the American President is at the Mandarin Oriental hotel.

You can meet him. Lunch in the same room as Mr Giuliani costs $1,000. If you want your picture taken with the man, the full package costs $2.300.

Your money will be viewed as a donation and in no way reflects the width of Mr Guiliani’s grin nor the quality of food on offer.

And there are many takers. The paper says there are an estimated 200,000 American living in the UK.

One of them speaks with the Guardian. Says Mimi Aye: “I’m socially liberal and fiscally conservative.”

Any doubts as to Ms Aye’s nationality are quickly dispersed as she falls into the trap of mistakenly believing British people speak the same language as Americans. She may as well be speaking Dutch, and very possibly is.

It’s eyes up from plates as Mr Giuliani mounts the rostrum. He is stood beside Winston Churchill’s granddaughter Celia Sandys. She calls him “Churchill in a baseball cap”.

This may resonate well among Americans. But it should be observed that Ms Sandys is not her grandfather, just as Jenna Bush (who was once arrested for using a fake ID) is not George Herbert Walker Bush, 41st President of the United States.

But the connection is made.

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