Plaintiffs In Discrimination Case Call On Eliot Spitzer To "Make Right What His Father Messed Up"
As the Spitzer name returns to headlines and the case returns to trial, the plaintiffs turn their attention to the New York City comptroller candidate. "This has nothing to do with Eliot," says a spokeswoman.
Eliot Spitzer Thought Romney Was "Inconsistent" For Demanding Others' Tax Returns But Not Releasing His
The former New York governor discussed Mitt Romney's unreleased tax returns on his Current TV show Viewpoint. Spitzer said Romney, as a businessman and presidential candidate, was inconsistent for demanding others' tax returns while refusing to release his own. Spitzer, who in a previous show called for Romney to release his tax returns, has chosen to not release his own records in his race for comptroller.
Obama Gaffe Vs. Romney Gaffe
BuzzFeed's McKay Coppins joined Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer's political panel Monday to discuss how Obama's gaffe for saying the private sector is "doing fine" measures up to Romney's slip asserting that the police officers, firefighters and teachers should be cut. "Mitt Romney's comment is reflective of this sort of austerity fetish that the Republican party has right now," Coppins said.