"Everybody" has a history of infidelity, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) said on Sunday. 

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"Are you the right person to level this charge?" host Chuck Todd asked Giuliani, who has been married three times. 

"Yeah, I'm the right person to level this charge, because I've never made such a charge, and I've prosecuted people who've committed rape," Giuliani responded. 

"But your past — you have your own infidelity charge," Todd replied. 

"Well, everybody does. And I'm a Roman Catholic, and I confess those things to my priest. But I've never, ever attacked someone who's been the victim," Giuliani said.