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Last night we had guests over, and so were focused on other things than politics. But we had MSNBC on in the background because of the Florida primary results. Along the way (with the sound on mute), it became clear that Rudolph Giuliani was set to endorse John McCain for President. Which obviously means he's bowing out. And we found that surprising, as we were half-heartedly listening to his speech this evening, where it did not seem that he was leaving the race.
Maybe we weren't paying close enough attention. . .
Romney concedes Florida to McCain; Giuliani handed decisive defeat
With more than 50% of Florida's GOP vote counted, all major cable news networks have called the Florida primary for Arizona Senator John McCain over former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, who offered his concession to the senator before 9:30 PM. The race also presented a final repudiation of the "victory through Florida" strategy of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who was in a distant third place, consistent with poll predictions, but was not yet ready to bow out of the race. . .
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