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But as a husband, according to his former wife's comments in divorce papers, Bruno, 42, waved a gun to intimidate her and scared her when she complained about his affair with another woman by talking about men who had killed their wives.
Guns, affairs, divorce...your Family Values Party at work.
Please, outraged Republicans (you know the type, law-and-order, believe the accuser, pronounce the accused guilty before all the facts are known) express your anger and dismay at Mr. Bruno in a comment.
It is always difficult to see a man that has pulled himself up by his Daddy's bootstraps get dragged through the mud. We can only hope he finds peace in with his new lobbying firm.
Bruno has a handful of powerful clients including Cablevision, which is trying to stop construction of the West Side stadium and is paying him $180,000 a year.
Cablevision must have been filled with glee. Imagine, hiring the son of the New York State Senate Majority Leader. What a coincidence.