The former Guv will be talking about Wall Street regulation and his own uh, downturn, this Sunday on CNN at 1pm.
In the interview, which was conducted by Fareed Zakaria, Spitzer reportedly says:
"I have flaws as we all do, arguably. I failed in a very important way in my personal life. And I have paid a price for that."
And about his family:
"I have spent a year with my family -- with my wonderful and amazing and forgiving wife and three daughters -- and we'll rebuild those relationships, and hope to do that as time goes on."
Spitzer has slowly been working his way back into public life. He started writing a column about policy issues for Slate a few months back. And he was on public radio this week in NYC talking about AIG, which Spitzer investigated back when he was New York's attorney general.
By the way: The Washington Post's Chris Cilliza writes that New York's current AG, Andrew Cuomo, is "the hottest thing in politics at the moment" because of his crusade against Wall Street bonuses. And Cilliza compares Cuomo's recent rise to the career of... Eliot Spitzer.
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