What is Andrew Giuliani's net worth?

ANDREW Giuliani is famously known as being the son of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

Andrew is a political advisor who served as a special assistant to the president and associate director of the Office of Public Liaison during Donald Trump's administration.

What is Andrew Giuliani's net worth?

Information Cradle estimated Andrew's net worth to be anywhere between $100,000 and $500,000.

During Andrew's time in the Trump White House, his starting salary as an associate director was $77,000.

In 2018, his salary rose to $90,700, and by 2019, taxpayers were paying $95,000 for Andrew's salary as Special Assistant to the President and Associate Director of the Office of Public Liaison.

Andrew's job was reportedly coordinating sports teams' visits to the White House, and when that's not happening, he works on the opioid crisis.

He was also Trump's golf buddy, traveling with the former president on multiple occasions for a couple of rounds.

Is Andrew Giuliani running for New York State governor?

On Tuesday, May 18, Andrew announced that he would run for New York governor in 2022.

“I’m a politician out of the womb. It’s in my DNA,” Andrew, a Republican, told The New York Post in an interview.

“Giuliani vs. Cuomo. Holy smokes. It’s Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier. We can sell tickets at Madison Square Garden,” he said.

“It would be one of the epic showdowns in the state’s history,” Andrew said, saying he will run as a change agent as did Trump and his dad.

His playbook will be pro-business, pro-police and pro-school choice.

“I know we can defeat Andrew Cuomo in 2022. I am going to be the 57th governor of New York,” he said.

In his interview with the Post, Andrew called the Andrew Cuomo's administration's controversial March 2020 edict that required nursing homes to accept recovering Covid patients discharged from hospitals “the worst” in state history.

“It was Andrew Cuomo’s actions that killed 9,000 senior citizens in nursing homes in New York. He should have resigned,” he said.

“Cuomo didn’t use the USS Comfort ship or the Javits Center to house seniors with Covid. He didn’t want to give President Trump a political victory.”

“I believe we have the best chance to win if I’m the Republican candidate in November. It’s not even close,” he declared.

“You’re going to have more enthusiasm in the race.”

What did Andrew at the time of his father's FBI raid?

On April 28, federal investigators allegedly searched Rudy Giuliani's Manhattan office and Upper East Side apartment, seizing his electronic devices.

The FBI raid marked a step up in the criminal investigation into the former NYC mayor's dealings in Ukraine.

At the time of the raid, a furious Andrew challenged what he called the "politicized" motives and bias behind the fed's raid, saying they should have targetted "incriminating" Hunter Biden documents.

"Anybody – any American, whether you’re red or blue, should be extremely disturbed by what happened here today; by the continued politicization of the Justice Department", Andrew told reporters on Manhattan's Upper East Side the day of the raid.

“This is disgusting,” he added.

The son stood outside his father’s doorman apartment building before a throng of reporters and hammered investigators for forsaking “the only piece of incriminating evidence” that wasn't tied to his father, but rather to President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.

"The only piece of evidence that they did not take up there today was the only piece of incriminating evidence that is in there — and it does not belong to my father, it belongs to the current president's son," he added.

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