Jerry Seinfeld won’t give up on New York City and believes you shouldn’t, either. He discussed Manhattan’s response to the coronavirus situation and why he knows the city can and will recover in a recent interview.
“When you were a kid, remember kicking over the anthill?” Seinfeld asked. “That's what just happened to us. [COVID] just kicked over the whole anthill. And what do the ants do? [imitating an ant] ‘All right. Hand me the next crumb. Let's get back to work!’”
The veteran comic also shared his thoughts on the “New York is Dead” op-ed piece writer, James Altucher. As we told you, he rebutted James’ in a scathing “New York Times” piece. “I have nothing against that guy,” Seinfeld noted. “He's fine. I didn't like that nobody was rebutting it. Then I realized, ‘Oh, I guess that's my job.’ Somebody — a real New Yorker has to answer this.”
Source: Fox News