Sex-Scandal-Plagued Politicians Are Just Part of What Makes New York So Great, According to Governor Cuomo

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New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo gives a press conference about recalled Toyota cars February 24, 2010 in New York City. Cuomo, thought to be a possible candidate for New York governor, has reached an agreement with the car company to provide Toyota owners in New York with alternative transportation and other perks in the aftermath of the massive recall of Toyota automobiles.NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 24: New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo gives a press conference about recalled Toyota cars February 24, 2010 in New York City. Cuomo, thought to be a possible candidate for New York governor, has reached an agreement with the car company to provide Toyota owners in New York with alternative transportation and other perks in the aftermath of the massive recall of Toyota automobiles. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Andrew Cuomo Photo: Chris Hondros/Getty Images2010 Getty Images

The governor stayed on-message when asked about the reemergence of Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer during a CBS News interview focused on New York's tourism industry. "Everyone knows New York has great theater also, right? It is great theater. It’s great political theater," he said. "It's part of the charm of New York. We tend to have the eccentric. We tend to have the entertaining." After all, there's no such thing as bad publicity — especially when it's not directly attached to your career. Only in New York, everybody!