Monday’s debate between the Republican candidates for governor featured plenty of inter-party strife, but no pair of gubernatorial hopefuls sniped at each other more than Rep. Lee Zeldin and businessman Harry Wilson.
“In January of this year, he asked me to be on his ticket. Now why is he honestly attacking me now? Because his campaign is disintegrating,” Wilson claimed, days after he formally sued Zeldin (R-Long Island) alleging campaign finance violations.
Zeldin denied that he had any interest in associating politically with Wilson, at the debate, which also included former Westchester Executive Rob Astorino and ex-Trump White House Aide Andrew Giuliani.
“I never asked and I
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