Eliot Spitzer continued his media tour this week for his campaign in the upcoming race for city comptroller. Spitzer resigned as the governor of New York in 2008 amid a prostitution scandal, which has been catapulted back to the top of the news headlines after Spitzer announced he was attempting to get back into politics.
Mark Simone mentioned on WOR 710 Friday how Jake Tapper of CNN (the same network Spitzer hosted a show on following his resignation as governor) grilled Spitzer during a recent interview.
"I want to start back in 2008," Tapper said to begin the interview. "What you did was incredibly reckless and perhaps more importantly, it was very illegal, as you know, a class E felony, paying for sex, a law you signed, bumping it up to class E. When was the last time you broke that law? 2008?" Tapper questioned Spitzer on everything from his tax returns to rumors of Spitzer and his wife living in separate residences.
Watch Jake Tapper's interview with Eliot Spitzer below.