Rudolph's Giuliani's ex-mistress (now wife) is perturbed about a recent Vanity Fair article, where she wasn't interviewed, that alludes to her being an evil opportunist. Now, I don't like the liberal fascists at Vanity Fair any more than the next conservative, but when it comes to getting upset at criticism over her past liaison's, Judi Nathan doesn't have a leg to stand on.
First, Nathan happen to be married to an ex-mayor of New York City whose running for President of the United States. Can't deal with the press getting all up in your business? Well, get a divorce. Because the idea that you're somehow your personal life is off-limits when you're married to a public figure and could one day (God forbid) be First Lady is asinine.
Furthermore, the idea that Judi Nathan is "new to politics" is a lie considering that she had no problem running around publicly with Giuliani when he was still mayor, has assisted the Presidential candidate in writing speeches, attends campaign political meetings and helps Giuliani hire staff. Then too the fact that Nathan lied about the past amounts of times she's been married, wasn't open until recently about how exactly she met Giuliani and has, at best, a "strained" relationships with Giuliani's children (who remain so bitter at their dad that they won't help him campaign) makes her fodder for the press regardless of their intentions.