Andrew Giuliani is the son of former NY Mayor, Rudy Giuliani and his second wife, Donna Hanover.
Andrew’s dad who famously served as the mayor of New York City, is currently serving as Trump’s most visible attorney representing him in the special counsel’s Russia investigation.
But were not here to talk about Andrew’s father, instead is the younger Giuliani who has caught our interest this time.
Andrew who once aspired to be a professional golfer, volunteered on the Trump Campaign and as of March of last year he was named associate director for the White House office of public liaison. However, despite the promotion made by Trump himself –recent reports say Andrew’s White House access has been revoked and he can no longer enter the West Wing without an escort.
Andrew Harold Giuliani was born January 30, 1986; the NY native has one younger sister, Caroline Giuliani.
Andrew attended Duke University where he played college golf. In 2008 he made headlines after he sued the University when they cut him from the varsity team. At the time he was accused of breaking a golf club and throwing an apple at a teammate. The case was later dismissed.
But Andrew Giuliani is perhaps best known for his stellar performance at his father’s New York City mayoral inauguration in 1994. That was actually the first time he made headlines stealing his father’s big moment. At the time Andre was only 7-years-old but he managed to become famous after he was caught on cameras mugging while his serious dad was sworn in as mayor. The adoring moment was even played by comic Chris Farley in an “SNL” sketch.
In 2017 Andrew once again caught headlines after getting married to Lithuanian real state beauty, Zivile Rezgyte. The two met in 2014 and Giuliani popped the question in 2016.