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Attorney Manny Alicandro joins “After Dark with Rob and Andrew” to discuss the dire straits of New York Politics. The long-time New York City native said he doesn’t see a light at the end of the tunnel for the Big Apple for a long time. Alicandro said in his opinion; it is doubtful a Republican Mayoral candidate can beat a Democrat before the City hits rock bottom. Citing David Dinkins term as mayor, which was mired in race riots and crime, only after the city was at its lowest was a Republican able to win an election in the mostly Democrat city and state. Even then, it was on a thin margin, and the victor was Rudy Giuliani in 1994. The MIT graduate also weighed in on Gov. Cuomo and the sexual harassment allegations and cancel culture, court-packing, and other hot topics on After Dark.
Manny Alicandro is an attorney with broad expertise in compliance, risk management, regulation, controls, surveillance, supervision, and governance. He has worked in diverse leadership roles in alternative asset management, banking, management consulting, electronic markets, trading technology, and regulation. He is a frequent industry speaker, panelist, webcaster, and published author.
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