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Cantor Remembers ‘The New Deal’ Fondly

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House Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor.(Win McNamee/Getty Images)

After all, it’s where the House Majority Leader and his wife Diana went on their first date! Politicker reports:

During an interview with NY1′s Josh Robin after the speech Mr. Cantor, a staunch fiscal conservative, revealed his first date with his wife, Diana, occurred “at a place in SoHo called The New Deal.” Mr. Cantor began his speech by telling the audience about his connections to New York, where he moved after finishing law school to obtain a master’s in real estate development from Columbia University.

How ‘The New Deal’ Helped Eric Cantor Meet His Wife [Politicker]
Related: The Gentleman from Virginia [Tablet Magazine]
Earlier: Eric Cantor on the Upper West Side

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Ed Lobel says:

eric cantor is the kind of Jew that causes anti semitism! his ancestors must be turning oven in their graves knowing this poor excuse for a Jew is the reason Shylock has such a remarkable afinity to outline what Jews are all about!

sharon says:

Too bad he never heard of Tikkum Olam. Every Yom Kippur I send him what we now call my “shonda” letter, telling him that he is a “shonda” to the Jewish people because of his lack of caring and charity towards those that need it most.


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Cantor Remembers ‘The New Deal’ Fondly

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