Q&A With Eliot Spitzer: The John Who Took On Wall Street

by Derek Loosvelt | March 18, 2011

In this weekend's New York Times Magazine, former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, a.k.a. Client #9, who was infamously busted in a high-priced prostitution sting, answers a bunch of questions about his television show on CNN, if it's okay to joke about his experience with working girls, what he thinks of Kiss legend Gene Simmons, whether he's planning to run for New York City mayor, who he thinks should fry for the financial crisis, and if he ever fantasizes about knocking over ex-AIG CEO Hank Greenberg's dinner table. He also calls "American Idol" a "great show."

(NYT)

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