The troubled economy may mean that Eliot Spitzer could be forgiven for sleeping with hookers in record time! The Love Gov and former “Sheriff of Wall Street” went on the Today show this morning as part of what is increasingly looking like a comeback tour, i.e. a bid for some kind of administration job, and although Matt Lauer opened up with a variation on “let’s get the hookersex out of the way,” discussion about the economy and the need for a new regulatory structure (hint, hint) surpassed talk about the governor’s “gremlins” by a minute and three seconds! This is in part due to Eliot’s expert dodging of the subject. “How long did this [hookersex] go on?” Lauer asks, as if he’s expecting Spitzer to start counting on his fingers. “Not long in the context of my life,” Spitzer stonewalls. Not bad at all.
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The IRA is law
President Biden on Tuesday signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act, an ambitious measure that aims to tamp down on inflation, lower prescription drug prices, tackle climate change, reduce the deficit and impose a minimum tax on profits of the largest corporations. …
Biden said signing the bill into law was something he had looked forward to doing for 18 months. At one point, he glanced at Manchin and quipped, “Joe, I never had a doubt,” to some laughter. After Biden inked his signature — and Schumer proclaimed, “It’s now law!” — the president handed the pen he used to Manchin and shook his hand.