Rudy Giuliani is at the top of the Republican field for President but, could he really win the nomination?
Republican strategists are skeptical of the reality of Giuliani winning the nomination. "They question whether a Republican who has seen one marriage end in annulment and another in divorce, and favors abortion rights, gun control and immigrant rights, has much retail appeal in the evangelical and deeply conservative reaches of the GOP," the Star Tribune reports.
"If the Republican Party wants to send the social conservatives home for good, all they have to do is nominate Rudy Giuliani. It's an insult to the pro-Christian agenda. ... He's going to spend a lot of money finding he can't get out of the Republican primaries," said Rev. Rick Scarborough, president of Vision America.