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Rudolph Giuliani’s two children aren’t joining him on the campaign trail due to their “strained and distant” relationship with their father, The New York Times reported last week. Andrew Giuliani, a 21-year-old sophomore at Duke University, says he and his father had not spoken “for a decent amount of time,” because of “a little problem that exists between me” and Giuliani’s third wife, Judith Nathan. Caroline, 17, is also estranged from Giuliani, a leading candidate for the Republican presidential nomination. They are the children of Giuliani’s second marriage, to Donna Hanover, who learned of her husband’s divorce plans when he announced them to the press. Giuliani’s children were fixtures in his New York mayoral campaigns, but the Web site of his presidential campaign doesn’t mention them. Giuliani asked for privacy to deal with “these problems with blended families.”
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