“I’m the chancellor!” the university leader, a former Cuomo appointee, tells the campus cops after traffic accident

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A Video surfaced this week of a university chancellor has to pull rank on some of the campus police officers after a minor accident.

“If I miss the plane, to get people in trouble,” Rutgers-Newark, a school official said at one point. “I’m the chronicler!”

“If I miss the plane, you people will be in trouble. “I am the chancellor!”

— Nancy Cantor, chancellor of Rutgers University’s Newark campus

The official, who, like Nancy, He was taken to the Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, as well as her driver hit a parked car, according to reports.


The police are trying to explain to Cantor that they will have to make is to collect information about the accident as part of their work, but He does not have it.

“We have been working on, just as you have to have in order to do your job,” one officer said.

“We have been working on, just as you have to have in order to do your job.”

— Rutgers-Newark, new jersey police officer, who is to reply to the chancellor

“I wasn’t driving!” she later screams at the officials when they are asking to see her ID.

The incident took place in March, but the video didn’t surface online until Monday, when the posted in.

Prior to taking the position at Rutgers-Newark, He held leadership positions at the University of Houston, the University of Illinois and the University of Michigan, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education.

During her time at Syracuse, He was appointed by New York’s Democratic governor, Andrew Cuomo, to serve on the regional economic development council, according to her, at Rutgers-Newark, new jersey-biography.

At Michigan, He has been involved in the university’s defense of affirmative action, a case that went before the Supreme court of the u.s. in the year 2003.

On the 11th of June, three months after the date of the incident, He issued a written apology to the head of the police department, the Record of Bergen County reported.

Nancy Cantor, chancellor of Rutgers University’s Newark campus, apologized earlier this month for the March showdown with the head of the police department. (Rutgers-Newark website.)

“I am writing this with my sincere apology for the way I reacted to the situation,” He said, according to the paper. “I am aware that I cannot be my best self in the morning. I have a lot of respect for the RUPD, and I’m grateful for the work that our employees work hard each day to make our campus and community safe and secure.”


The incident was reminiscent of a 2018 and a case in which a former Hillary Clinton’s advisor, Caren Turner, who was caught on video clashing with police after the officers stopped a vehicle in which her daughter had travelled to.

“Can you shut the f— up!!!” Turner told the officers at one point.

Later, he was discharged from her position with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

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