At Green Bay stop, Rudy Giuliani warns of ‘dangers’ of electing Clinton

Rudy Giuliani

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, visited Northeast Wisconsin on behalf of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Speaking at the Rock Garden Conference Center in Green Bay, Giuliani warned supporters about what he calls the “dangers” of electing Hillary Clinton.

He said she’ll attack personal rights, including the Second Amendment, citing her opposition to a case that allowed citizens to keep firearms.

“She opposed the Heller case. She said it was wrong. She says she’s going to appoint justices who will overturn it. That will take away the personal right to bear arms. So there’s a– like the difference there is between him lowering taxes and she’s going to raise taxes. He’s going to preserve the Second Amendment and she’s going to destroy it,” Giuliani said.

Giuliani has been a fierce supporter of Trump during his presidential campaign and has often introduced him at rallies across the country, including Tuesday night’s rally in Eau Claire.