On Monday's hour-long "Piers Morgan Tonight" interview, Rudy Giuliani tells Piers Morgan he's more likely to run if Sarah Palin runs in 2012. "The more Republicans in which I can show a contrast...the better chance that I have," he said, describing himself as a moderate.
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But if he does run, Giuliani says he would concentrate on winning Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, sites of the first presidential nominating contests. In 2008 Giuliani focused his resources in Florida, a strategy that that led to the demise of his run after he finished third in the state's primary.
However, the former U.S. Attorney said he doesn't see a frontrunner in the Republican field, which makes for "a fluid situation."
"There is no obvious frontrunner right now," Giuliani said. "I guess everybody is happy with that, because nobody wants to be the frontrunner at this point because it always seems the frontrunner gets all the attention, all of the negative publicity."
Giuliani also talks about 9/11, marriage and more. The full, revealing interview airs Monday night at 9pmET/PT. Check out "John King, USA" later when Piers talks to John King about the Giuliani sit-down.