Ehrlich visits Big Apple, Giuliani
Aides to departing Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) freely shared last week that the boss was taking a day trip to New York to visit with former New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani.
But they were not quite as forthcoming about what transpired during the three-hour confab Thursday between the departing Republican governor and the 2008 presidential aspirant, who has been building his political staff.
"It was two friends getting together to talk about politics and talk about their futures," said Ehrlich spokesman Henry Fawell said.
Giuliani campaigned for Ehrilch Ehrlich in the closing days of both his gubernatorial bids, including his 2002 victory and his November defeat by Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley (D).
Ehrlich has suggested in the past that he is considering helping Giuliani raise money, among other things.
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