HOUSTON (AP) - Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani took his campaign to a Houston diner, where he shook hands, posed for pictures, signed autographs and rallied his supporters.
He restated his stand on immigration Sunday, reaffirmed the importance of capturing Osama bin Laden and recalled the lasting imprint of September 11th.
Tuesday marks the sixth anniversary of the terrorist attacks
On immigration, Giuliani emphasized his support for legal immigration, suggesting that it should even be expanded.
But, he said, there should be greater emphasis at stopping illegal immigration at the border by building a fence and instituting required ID cards.
Giuliani's brief breakfast-time visit elicited raves from his supporters, who greeted the candidate with applause, and cries of "Hi, Rudy!"
On Saturday, Giuliani threw the first pitch at the Texas Rangers-Oakland A's game after a rally at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.