On Buying Breakfast for Billionaires

There was at least one unintended consequence of Eliot Spitzer’s ban on gifts to his administration, he told reporters at a press conference in midtown about congestion pricing.

Standing next to Mike Bloomberg, whose personal fortune is hard to match, Spitzer told reporters, “I now have to pay for breakfast when I go out with Mike. Imagine that.”

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