“I may not be able to change my father’s mind, but together we can vote out this toxic government,” wrote Giuliani, who has publicly supported democratic candidates in previous presidential elections.
“If it taught me anything to be the daughter of a polarizing mayor who became the president’s personal bulldog, then corruption begins with ̵
She accused Trump of “and his makers” of using the presidency to “fuel the injustice that has already permeated our society”, slammed his policies of reducing protection for the LGBTQ community, and criticized his handling of Covid -19 pandemic.
Giuliani commended Biden for choosing Harris as his fellow campaigner, arguing that the former Vice President would be able to be non-partisan and incorporate progressive views. She also pointed to Biden’s proposals to tackle climate change, warning, “It is clear that our planet cannot survive four more years of this government’s environmental attack.”
“In Joe Biden we have a leader who prioritizes common ground and courtesy over alienation, bullying, and scorched earth tactics,” she wrote.
She admitted that Biden was not her first choice for president during the primaries, but added, “I know what this is about and Joe Biden will be everyone’s president in his election.”
CNN’s Daniella Diaz contributed to this report.