Giuliani was well-received. He received at least 10 rounds of applause during his speech.

To my mind, here are the two lines that stick out:

"I'm not going to pretend to you I can be all things to all people, I'm just not like that. I cant do it. And you know we have areas of disagreement., but we have many more areas of agreement."

"Please know this, you have nothing to fear from me. I have trouble with those who are trying to make me an activist for liberal causes. If you believe that, please read any editorial in the New York Times."

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