HOPKINTON, N.H. -- Rudy Giuliani was back to answering questions about energy policy, Iraq, the gun control, and healthcare instead of his personal health at his first public campaign event after being hospitalized earlier in the week with "flu-like" symptons.
Giuliani addressed about 100 people at a town hall meeting literally inside the town hall of this small, rich suburb outside of Concord.
The former New York mayor did not address his illness at all at the event. His appearance and demeanor did not show any signs of illness.
On Wednesday night Giuliani was admitted to a St. Louis hospital complaining of "flu-like" sympltons after a full day of campaigning in Missouri. He was released from the hospital mid-day on Thursday and the campaign did not elaborate more on his illness.
His campaign said he did attend a campaign fund-raiser last night in Rochester, N.Y.