Now that Eliot is unemployed, and assuming he isn’t jugged, he’s available to act as Enforcer in a Clinton II administration should, God forbid, there be one.
But unfinished business in New York could cut off that avenue. I was a little concerned by ES’s reference to “rising whenever you fall” in his resignation speech. Incredibly, he may not think he’s done. The Republicans in the New York Assembly should quickly get through a bill to have a stake driven through his evil heart. It may be the only way.
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