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By her account, the passion was as much about ideas and words as about their romance—what she later called “that dance of closeness through language.” Alex was interested in postmodern literary criticism, and her arguments brimmed with the deconstructionist ideas of Jacques Derrida, the French philosopher.
In one letter she told Obama that she was writing a paper in her modern-poetry class at Occidental about T. Eliot’s “The Waste Land.” His reply wove its way through literature, politics, and personal philosophy: I haven’t read “The Waste Land” for a year, and I never did bother to check all the footnotes.
Spitzer then moved in with the 'love of [his] life' Lis Smith, a brief spokeswoman for Bill de Blasio.
Smith called off the relationship in February 2016, however, when she learned that he was being extorted by an alleged Russian prostitute.
'They were there a good 2 ½ hours, and he carried her Hermès bag as they left.'Spitzer resigned as governor in 2008 after he was accused of wiring more than ,000 to an elite escort service.
The multi-millionaire is the son of real-estate tycoon Bernard Spitzer and he made a name for himself as a lawyer focusing on corrupt financiers.
But as the 22-year-old Columbia grad began to shape his future, he was also struggling with his identity: American or international? Drawing on conversations with both Cook and the president, David Maraniss, in an adaptation from his new Obama biography, has the untold story of the couple’s time together.
We walked slowly back to my apartment, on 90th, and said good-bye.
In retrospect it becomes apparent that New York was crucial to Obama.
If he had not quite found his place yet, he was learning in which directions not to go and how to avoid turns that would lead him off the path and into traps from which it would be hard to escape.
The disgraced former Governor of New York Eliot Spitzer is a dating real estate tycoon, it has been revealed.
The 58-year-old's new love interest is Roxana Girand, 46, the founder of Sebastian Capital, a firm which leases and manages around 3.5 million square feet of New York area real estate, according to Page Six.