Spitzer Makes Charitable Return To Capital City
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Former Governor Eliot Spitzer returned to Albany this weekend for the first time since he resigned over a prostitution scandal in 2008.
He attended a fundraiser for WAMC Public Radio.
Spitzer was interviewed by the station's CEO and fielded questions about everything from gun control to redistricting to the current administration in Albany.
"I obviously care deeply about government and cherish the years that I had, I guess it was 10 years I was in state government, in different capacities," said Spitzer. "So I have fond memories of that stretch of time. Obviously regret that it didn't continue but life goes on. And it's fun to participate in a whole raft of different ways."
Spitzer is currently a NY1 wiseguy, appearing on "Inside City Hall" every Tuesday at 7 and 10 p.m.