Rudy Giuliani was in London on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (CNN) – Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani picked up endorsements from two of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's advisers on a brief campaign swing to London Wednesday.
Robert Conquest and Dr. Nile Gardiner, advisers to “The Iron Lady” during her tenure at 10 Downing Street, will become foreign policy consultants to Giuliani.
“Mayor Giuliani is a proven leader with a clear vision for keeping America safe, and offers the kind of strong leadership that the United States needs to win the terrorists’ war on us,” Gardiner said in a statement. “In my time working with former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, I observed how her strong principles governed her decision-making. Rudy Giuliani is a leader in her mold.”
While traveling in London on Wednesday, Giuliani is meeting with former prime ministers Thatcher and Blair, as well as the current prime minister, Gordon Brown. He will also deliver the inaugural Margaret Thatcher Atlantic Bridge lecture.
–CNN Associate Producer Lauren Kornreich