The former mayor, hosted by John Gambling on AM 970’s The Answer was asked about everything from the vicious McDonald’s fight to the shootings in Ferguson.
Giuliani put the blame on Obama.
“It all starts at the top,” Giuliani said, “It’s the tone that’s set by the President.”
He then noted that President Obama was not addressing the “enormous amount of crime” committed by African-Americans and waxed nostalgic about the sorts of criticisms Bill Cosby used to levy against the African-American community.
Listen to Giuliani’s comments on Obama here
“I hate to mention it because of what happened afterwards, but (he should be saying) the kinds of stuff Bill Cosby used to say,” said Giuliani, speaking of Cosby’s advice to African-American families to focus on education and avoid crime.
But Guiliani was sure to say at least something nice about the president, especially after his last comments about the president not loving his country drew nationwide criticism.
“I disagree with Barack Obama on almost everything, but I think he’s a good family man and a good man,” said Giuliani.