Bob Kerrey Likes Hillary and Bloomberg, Won't Talk About Models

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Kerrey attempting to talk about fashion. Photo: Patrick McMullan

Former Nebraska senator and '92 presidential candidate Bob Kerrey's perch at the New School seems to have made him a New York partisan: He says he "probably won't" make any '08 endorsements, but he did tout two locals as his candidates of choice. "I like Hillary a lot," he said at the annual Parsons benefit last week. "I think she's been a great senator for New York and has a tremendous amount of experience. And I got to say I think Bloomberg's done a phenomenal job. I'd be very comfortable with Hillary or Bloomberg." But Bloomberg insists he won't run. And neither will Kerrey, for that matter. "I have no elective political aspirations for '08," Kerrey said. "But everything I do is political. Aren't you going to ask me about Parsons? About fashion?" Okay — who's your favorite designer? "I don't have one." Any thoughts on the skinny-model controversy? "Yes, but I'm not going to give you them. Most of my thoughts about the models are not publishable." Glad we asked. —Amy Odell