“I love politics,” Spitzer told Fortune. “The substance, the debate about the issues …” As for a race in 2010? It is “just hard to see,” he says. But he adds, “I’ve never said I would never consider running for office again.”
He’s not afraid of this broad, who’s sworn she’ll go head to head with him if he think of so much as running for the PTA, and actually, Ness would relish the opportunity to do battle with her in a no-holds barred debate.
As for that other ish?
“I made an egregiously horrendous judgment at every level,” he adds. “Not just in terms of the risk/reward calculus, which seems like a very antiseptic way of thinking about it, but also in terms of what it meant to my family. I talk all the time about fiduciary duty. What more fundamental duty is there than to a spouse?”