“I got to tell you yesterday was a wonderful bi-partisan day,” he said. “I was introduced by Charlie Rangel in the House. At the end of the day I left the House, my wife and I, it was raining like crazy and who drives by and gives me a lift? Joe Crowley.”
Sliwa then asked Turner if he was worried he would wind up facedown in the Potomac River.
“No, he is a very pleasant, funny guy,” Turner responded. “We had a good chat.”
Crowley, the head of the Queens County Democratic Party, has taken most of the blame for the loss, particularly for picking the Democratic candidate, David Weprin.
Turner was also asked about the possibility that he gets redistricted out in 2012, and said that one way or another he would run again.
When asked, he declined to support President Obama’s jobs bill.
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