Rudy Giuliani’s Liberal Daughter ‘Loves’ Hillary Clinton

Rudy Giuliani’s liberal daughter, Caroline Rose Giuliani, is casting her vote for the candidate her father called “too stupid” to be president.

Donald Trump surrogate and adviser, Rudy Giuliani, actually has a daughter with good sense.

Politico was the first to call attention to the fact that Caroline Rose Giuliani, 27, transformed her Facebook profile into an ode to the Hillary Clinton campaign. 

Her cover photo is an animated #ImWithHer banner while her profile picture is framed in Clinton’s signature “H” logo.

This overt Clinton support is quite unexpected from the daughter of the man who claimed that sexist Trump is a feminist, and declared that Clinton is “too stupid” to run the country.

“I love Hillary, I think she’s by far the most qualified candidate that we’ve had in a long while,” Caroline reportedly said to Politico. “My dad knows. I was for Barack in 2012. He knows and is fully comfortable with it and thinks I have a right to my opinion.”

While she confirmed her own support for Clinton, she refused to comment on her dad’s support for Trump.

It seems that Caroline has always followed her own path when it comes to politics.

According to Jezebel, back in 2008 when her father tried running for president as Republican, she posted her political views as “liberal” and was a part of a Facebook group called “Barack Obama (One Million Strong for Barack)."

She ultimately deleted the post and removed herself from the group after the news of her opposing views from her father’s went viral, but she doesn’t seem to be trying to hide her liberal stance this time around.

While there aren’t too many “good” things to be said about Rudy Giuliani, it is noteworthy that he has, evidently, raised his children to have minds of their own and stand up for what they believe in, regardless of family ties.

As the presidential race heats up with only a month left until Election Day, the father-daughter duo’s differing opinions probably make for some pretty intense debates during family dinners.  

Banner and thumbnail credit: Reuters, Jonathan Ernst

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