There’s been plenty of talk about New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in recent weeks.
He’s appeared on TV nearly every day with updates about his state. Unlike many other governors (and the mayor of NY), he appears to be working hard to battle this crisis.
In fact, he’s been doing such a good job—that he appears to be dwarfing Democratic candidate for president Joe Biden.
As Biden stumbles around on TV appearances, Cuomo is showing confidence and calm.
Some have even suggested Cuomo should get the nomination, not Biden.
His little brother, CNN’S Chris Cuomo, prodded the governor for an answer.
— Cuomo Prime Time (@CuomoPrimeTime) March 31, 2020
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he has no plans to ever run for President, has not considered it, and will never consider it.
Wow. How many times was Chris going to bug Andrew with the same question?
Chris asked him again and again. The answer every time was “no.”
I’m sure Chris was hoping for a “maybe” or at least a “let’s see what happens.”
But to Gov. Cuomo’s credit, he made it very clear that he was not interested in running for president.
Let’s be honest, if Cuomo is a good governor, he’d focus on the crisis at hand. It would be utterly disgraceful for him to use this situation to pursue a political agenda.
Thankfully, he seems to be doing the right thing. He’s pushing aside speculation and politics to focus on saving New York lives.
Which means… Democrats are most-likely stuck with Joe Biden.
Serves them right. We all remember how a number of candidates dropped out right before Super Tuesday.
Many speculate the DNC got them to do it, to give Biden an advantage.
(Elizabeth Warren didn’t, taking votes away from Bernie.)
All that meddling limited Sanders’ chances, all but handing Biden the nomination.
Not looking so great now, huh guys? Biden has been a virtual ghost since the crisis. And when he does appear, he doesn’t do very well.
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