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Lightly in central park at nine fifty primary day could provide governor Cuomo with some mixed feelings. He may win the nomination, but his running mate could lose creating a split ticket WCBS reporter Steve burns says it's a situation that Cuomo's father had to deal with back in the eighties was back in one thousand nine hundred eighty two when Westchester county executive Al Del Bello scored an upset to win the Lieutenant governor's race. But del Bello was not the preferred candidate of governor. Mario cuomo. Eventually resigned. The prospect of split ticket is again becoming possibility says Iona college political scientists genie's Ainhoa Cynthia Nixon's running mate city councilmember Jimani Williams is running a competitive race with Lieutenant governor Kathy Hokuto. The city certainly Democrats in the city of name recognition down there. I also think we have to get Williams credit. He's really strong campaign. Cuomo Williams ticket could transform state politics as we know it say, no says if Williams feels emboldened to speak out against Cuomo on certain issues. His his position and expanded. And the way we seen some vice presidents of the United States. Do you know, it can either be limited or expansive as the person wants, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty taking the wraps off the Trump White House is proving popular among the reading public CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter. Spreading Bob Woodward's new book about a dysfunctional White House in an incompetent president has sold more than seven hundred and fifty thousand copies in under two days. It appears destined to be another million seller. Like, Michael wolf's, fire and fury, which was also a critical look at the Trump White House the pace of sales Woodward's book, including print e books and audio is among the fastest in memory for nonfiction over a decade ago. President Clinton's memoir my life sold more than a million copies in eight days. Pam Coulter, CBS news. Phil Simms and Boomer Esiason know the importance of standing apart from the competition. So investors Bank asked to them to talk business banking in their terms. We're doing our both tall blonde. New York quarterbacks. It was sometimes difficult to tell us apart. Luckily, I've aged a little more gracefully.