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Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani endorses Mitt Romney

Despite little attention and the official GOP presidential nomination for Mitt Romney all but a formality, four states will hold primary contests Tuesday. Former New York City Mayor and 2008 Republican presidential primary candidate Rudy Giuliani appeared on Fox and Friends Monday morning before New York Republicans hit the polls, where the once 2008 primary favorite and national political figure announced his endorsement of Romney.

Former 2012 candidate Texas Governor Rick Perry had been a strong supporter of Giuliani's 2008 bid, and the former Mayor had made several appearances earlier in the primary giving strong support for Newt Gingrich, leading to rumors that he was on the verge of an endorsement for the former House speaker. 

On Monday Giuliani said "Mitt won fair and square," and Romney has "the resume and background for the job." Giuliani said he decided to formally throw his backing to Romney after having "a long talk" over breakfast last week.

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