Rudy Giuliani’s daughter Caroline posted a picture of herself with newly minted vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris Tuesday night encouraging her Twitter followers to help ‘remove Trump.’
‘While there’s some momentum here, a reminder to please donate to help start turning this s*** around!!’ she tweeted once the post started getting traction. ‘It’s a matter of life or (many) death(s) at this point.’
Using the emoji, Giuliani also said she had a ‘bleeding blue heart,’ in stark contrast to her Republican mayor father’s political beliefs, as he remains President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer.
Caroline Giuliani (left) posted a photo of herself and Sen. Kamala Harris (right), who was chosen Tuesday to be Democrat Joe Biden’s running mate. She encouraged her Twitter followers to help her ‘#removetrump’
In a follow-up tweet, she told followers they should donate to the Biden-Harris ticket ‘to help start turning this s*** around!!’
Giuliani isn’t the only family member of a Trump ally to openly back the Biden-Harris ticket.
George Conway, the husband of Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, started critically tweeting about the president five months into his administration, in June 2017. At the time, George Conway said he still supported the president.
Not so now, as Conway is a co-founder of the Lincoln Project, which has released some of the most blistering ads about the current administration.
The Conways’ oldest daughter Claudia has come out on social media as a liberal and a super fan of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, one of the House’s most progressive members.
At 15, however, she’s too young to vote for the Biden-Harris ticket in the November election.
As for Giuliani, her liberal leanings were suspected as far back as 2008, when her father briefly pursued the presidency.
Giuliani had liked a Barack Obama Facebook group until her membership was discovered.
A woman acting as the then-17-year-old’s spokeswoman said her interest in the eventual Democratic president did not indicate those were Giuliani’s actual political leanings.
Caroline Giuliani (right) poses for a photo with her mother Donna Hanover (left), who was Rudy Giuliani’s second wife
Caroline Giuliani (right) poses with her father Rudy Giuliani (left) at her 9th birthday party in 1993
‘It was not intended as an indication of support in a presidential campaign and she has removed it. Caroline is not commenting on the 2008 election,’ a spokeswoman told ABC News.
Caroline and Andrew were the products of Giuliani’s second marriage to Donna Hanover, whom he split with in 2000 after starting a relationship publicly with Judith Nathan. Rudy Giuliani and Nathan divorced in 2019.
Andrew Giuliani has remained faithful to his dad’s politics, working for the Trump White House.
He was seen accompanying the president to his Bedminster, New Jersey golf resort last month.