Via Steve Krakauer at Mediaite, former New York governor Eliot Spitzer’s long-awaited (by people like me) CNN show with Kathleen Parker has a name — Parker-Spitzer — and an opening date (8PM on Monday, October 4th).
Unlike in Trump’s D.C., Cuomo has no majority of loyalists waiting in the Senate to save him: New York’s version is a mix of progressive Democrats who revile him and Republicans who would like to see him chased from office
"If 'Tush' comes on the radio, I can promise you, the windows are coming down, the volume is going up, and I’ll be singing along to it at the top of my lungs no matter how stupid I might look to other drivers on the highway."
There is always much complaining about how hard it is to fire city workers when they misbehave, thanks to union rules that handcuff managers. But all other agencies are in the minor leagues compared with the city's elections board.