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Ed Koch: Tea Party a 'Vehicle for Anger'

Complete Premium video at: Former NYC mayor Ed Koch says the Tea Party is not a party, rather a vehicle for anger. Koch emphasizes with discontented Americans, arguing that, "These people who almost destroyed the country, they're still out there. They're still running Wall Street." ----- Ed Koch was mayor of New York for three terms (1978-1989). Prior to being mayor, Koch served for nine years as a congressman and two years as a member of the New York City Council. He is currently a partner in the law firm of Bryan Cave LLP. Koch hosts a Friday evening call-in radio program on Bloomberg AM 1130 (WBBR) and is also a commentator on that station; he also appears weekly on NY1 television with former Senator Alfonse D'Amato. Koch is the author of numerous books, including Mayor, Citizen Koch, Ed Koch on Everything, Giuliani Nasty Man, I'm Not Done Yet: Remaining Relevant, Buzz: How to Create It and Win with It, and most recently, The Koch Papers: My Fight Against Anti-Semitism.
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