Former Republican Presidential candidate New York Governor George Pataki was on Keeler on Monday reflecting on September 11th and his role as New York's leader following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Pataki participated in New York's 15th year memorial on Sunday.

The Governor shared some intimate stories from the aftermath of the attack and said it was a time when we were "Americans and not Democrats and Republicans." He questioned today's lack of tolerance and the current political dynamic in both parties.

At one point he jokes about running for Mayor of Utica. It was also very telling when he was asked if he had come around with Donald Trump and whether or not he'll support him in November.

Listen to the complete interview here (The Trump question is towards the end).