Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani blamed President Obama for the seeming absence of FEMA in Manhattan, Staten Island and on Long Island, among other parts of New York’s downstate region that continue to reel from the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
Giuliani’s comments come as criticism of the way current Mayor Michael Bloomberg has handled the emergency response has grown significantly in recent days, according to The Daily Beast.
“The president getting all this credit so early, maybe the first day or two he was paying attention, but the minute he got his credit, the minute he got his pat on his back, we had the same situation as we had in Benghazi,” Giuliani told Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” on Monday. “He loses focus. He goes back to being campaigner-in-chief rather than commander-in-chief.”
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