On Saturday, it was reported that the city granted Caroline Kennedy a waiver from disclosing her personal financial information during her two-year stint as the chief executive of the Office of Strategic Partnerships with the Department of Education.
Kennedy has declined to disclose any of that information unless she’s appointed to the Senate seat being vacated by Hillary Clinton.
Today, I asked Michael Bloomberg if he thought it would be helpful if Kennedy provided that information sooner.
“I don’t know. You’ll have to talk to Caroline Kennedy and David Paterson,” Bloomberg said.
Last week, Bloomberg was forceful in his defense of Kennedy after her “you know” interviews.