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TV STUFF: Mayor Geraldo?

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Mar 19, 2001 | 11:50am EST

He duked it out once with skinheads on his former daytime talk show. Now TV journalist Geraldo Rivera is considering going head to head in the political ring.

Daily Variety reports that Rivera said this week that he’s mulling running for mayor of New York City next year. If he decides to go for it, he’d have to announce his candidacy by June for the November race next year.

Rivera also mentioned that he was considering a former member of Texas Gov. George W. Bush’s election team, although Rivera is not registered as a Republican or Democrat.

Let’s hope his nose comes out unscathed this time.

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