This September, former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, who infamously resigned in disgrace after he was outed as a patron of Manhattan pussy peddler-turned-advice guru Ashley Dupre, will join Pulitzer Prize-winning conservative columnist Kathleen Parker for a still-untitled “newsy” roundtable series that will replace departing anchor Campbell Brown in CNN’s lagging 8 PM slot, the network said Wednesday.
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Eliot Spitzer — The Prostitution Whore-Lovin’ politican, whose penchant for young lasses got him booted from New York’s Governor’s Mansion in 2008 — is thisclose to inking a deal to co-host an 8 PM political talk show on CNN, TV industry gossips report.
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On The TODAY Show Monday, former New York governor Eliot Spitzer, who resigned from office last year after becoming embroiled in a call-girl scandal that rocked the nation, spoke of his regret over the “excruciating pain” he caused his family, and why he opposes the bail-out.
“This is something that has caused excruciating pain to [my wife] and my daughters,” the 49-year-old Spitzer said in a interview with Matt Lauer this morning. “It’s something that I carry with me every day because of the pain I’ve caused. And so I’ve tried to balance: The obligation to speak is vast, but also the pain to my family has been enormous.”
Eliot Spitzer’s landed a new gig.
Beginning early next year, the disgraced former Governor of New York will demonstrate his expertise on government regulation and finance as a columnist with Slate.com. Read the rest of this entry »
Ashley Alexandra Dupre, the 23-year-old high-priced call girl behind former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer’s humiliating fall from grace (and his resignation from office), is telling her side of the story for the first time on the pages of this week’s edition of PEOPLE Magazine, on newsstands Wednesday.
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The former prostitute will reveal more about her tryst with the former governor during an interview with ABC correspondent Diane Sawyer that will air on 20/20 this Friday, Nov. 21, 2008 at 10:00 p.m. EDT.