Eliot Spitzer was nicknamed the "Sheriff of Wall Street" when he was New York's Attorney General.
His hard nosed style brought him to the governor's mansion in 2006 but he resigned after an investigation linked him to a high-class call-girl rign.
Now Spitzer is teaching at CCNY, writing financial columns and appears as a financial expert on cable news shows.
Spitzer appeared on Tuesday's Good Day New York to share his opinions on the latest developments in New York politics. He talked about David Paterson, Andrew Cuomo, and Kirsten Gillibrand on the show.