From Politico's Jonathan Martin:
Rudy Giuliani's campaign manager Mike DuHaime will be featured as Fox News Sunday's "Power Player of the Week," according to a source not named Mike DuHaime.
DuHaime, a son of the Garden State, returned to his Tri-State roots to run Rudy's race earlier this year after serving as political director of the RNC. Before that, he was the regional political director for the northeast for Bush-Cheney '04.
Known for his decidedly un-Jersey-like, easy-going demeanor, DuHaime is mature beyond his 30-some-odd years and will likely be a very good sport about the inevitable razzing that will come when hometown friends, college buddies and his campaign hack cronies get wind of his honor.
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