LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (WIVB) - The governor's race is now getting personal.
Cameras were rolling as Carl Paladino launched a verbal assault against a New York Post Editor.
Things got downright nasty in Lake George Wednesday as Carl Paladino and New York Post State Editor Fred Dicker had to be physically separated.
Paladino said to Dicker, "You have a daughter too Fred!"
Paladino accused Dicker of going after the ten-year-old daughter he had out of wedlock.
Dicker was demanding that Paladino provide proof for a claim he made that his opponent Andrew Cuomo had extramarital affairs.
Dicker asked, "Do you have any evidence to the charge you made?"
Paladino responded, "At the appropriate time, you'll get it."
"This guy's the attorney general of New York," said Dicker."
"And you're his stalking horse, Fred Dicker. You're his stalking horse. You're his bird dog." Paladino said, "You send another goon to his daughter's house and I'll take you out."
Dicker responded, "Take me out? How are you going to do that?"
"Watch," said Paladino.
"Are you threatening me?"
Paladino made that allegation to Politico.com. His campaign said the New York Post photographer has been staking out the home of his ten-year-old daughter.
The Cuomo campaign and the New York Post had no comments.
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