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    Jul 8, 2011
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  • More payback coming to haunt Eliot Spitzer

    Last week was not a good one for Eliot Spitzer. The former New York governor and attorney general became a former cable TV show host when CNN cancelled his four-month-old snoozer of a political talkfest, mainly because of its abysmal ratings. The cancellation marked the end of what initially appeared to be a promising new career for Client No. 9. Spitzer had always enjoyed being on camera, perhaps even more after his exposure as a self-righteous, crusading politician by day and a furtive, valued customer of an illegal prostitution ring by night.

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