Christine Quinn Apologizes After Being ‘Nasty’ To Daily News Reporter

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has apologized to a reporter after a terse exchange during a press conference.

Quinn called the reporter, Erin Einhorn of the Daily News, “ma’am” during the question-and-answer session of a conference Wednesday about legislation to improve the city’s snowstorm response.

When Einhorn called Quinn “ma’am” in turn, Quinn told her she should call her Speaker. Quinn also said it was her press conference and that she decides what words are necessary.

A few moments later, she apologized to Einhorn, who recently wrote an article examining the circumstances surrounding Quinn’s purchase of a Manhattan apartment.

Quinn said she had been “nasty” and “inappropriate” and that whatever personal issues she has with the reporter she should have taken them up personally.

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  1. KansasGirl says:

    Does anyone know her party affiliation?

  2. buy gold says:

    …………………Thats Speaker Quinn to you..City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn on Wednesday lashed out a reporter for The Daily News who did not invoke Miss Quinns proper title when asking her a question..The reporter Erin Einhorn referred t…………

  3. ronnie from morris park says:

    She is just a stooge of Billionaireberg that thinks she can’t be touched. What ever happened to that slush fund that her and other council members were to be indited on a few years back.

  4. Donny Moss says:

    For a quick moment in time, Christine Quinn steps out of her facade and shows her true colors. It’s hard to imagine a more mean-spirited, corrupt politician than Quinn. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXoANkQh93I

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