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February 03, 2013
Worked on an interview tv show with Mayor Koch in my NYC studio 2 years ago. Tech delays caused my pre-interview to stretch to an hour. He was patient kind and supportive but memorably also remarkably perceptive, clear and engaging. He outlined five very good reasons he was not inclined at that time to support Obama's reelection. He praised Truman and JFK and pointed out with sadness that gentlemen of their views and his own are now absent from his party. In the end he did support Obama. He was a politician, after all. But it was fascinating to converse with a brilliant Senior man genuinely questioning his own deeply held beliefs. America sorely needs leaders with Ed Koch's personal integrity and introspection. He was unique and history will remember him with praise. RIP Mr. Mayor.
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