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Newsday: Giuliani Chose Money-Making Over ISG
Quit Iraq Study Group to Make Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars Giving Speeches
06/19/2007 9:51 PM ET
Republican presidential candidate and fromer New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani addresses supporters on security issues May 31, 2007 in New York City. Former FBI director Louis Freeh announced his support for Giuliani in his bid for the presidency.
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Republican presidential candidate and fromer New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani addresses supporters on security issues May 31, 2007 in New York City. Former FBI director Louis Freeh announced his support for Giuliani in his bid for the presidency.

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Giuliani quit Iraq panel after missed meetings - but he had time for fundraising BY CRAIG GORDON

Giuliani failed to show up for a pair of two-day sessions that occurred during his tenure, the sources said - and both times, they conflicted with paid public appearances shown on his recent financial disclosure. Giuliani quit the group during his busiest stretch in 2006, when he gave 20 speeches in a single month that brought in $1.7 million.

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