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Fresh update on "andrew cuomo" discussed on The Guy Benson Show
"Hour continues here on the guy bends and show this story from the Albany Times Union. About Andrew Cuomo. Still a thing I guess most people aren't paying any attention to this anymore. But another drip. In his series of scandals. When news broke that governor Andrew Cuomo used government staff to help produce a for profit book, his spokesman asserted that the arrangement was legal. The work was performed voluntarily, he said, and was not a misuse of taxpayer funded resource is this is from the Times Union. Several current and former Cuomo staffers were people speaking on their behalf, disputed that their work on American crisis last year was truly voluntary. Instead, they told The Times Union. The work was expected within the culture of Cuomo's office. And that book related assignments were made in the context of normal daily duties. This might seem like a relatively small Wrinkle to the scandal, and it is all things considered. But it's just another lie and another example of alleged abuse of power. Cuomo was seeking a multi million dollar book deal. He got one reportedly for $4 million to write a book about how great he was. On ending the pandemic or controlling the pandemic in his state. Which was actually Fundamentally alive. State had some of the worst covert outcomes in the world, let alone in the country. And while they were in the final stages of getting that huge payday for the book deal his age were covering up nursing home deaths. In fact, they were going in and altering official government reports in order to cover up those nursing home deaths, which would be a political problem for him and also potentially a financial problem for him as well. Because ah lot of money was hanging in the balance for this book based on a narrative that was a lie. And on top of all of that. These aides who were paid by taxpayers who are paid by taxpayers. To do. The business of the people of New York were basically forced The work on this for.
New York State Is Set to Raise Taxes on Those Earning Over $1 Million
"It's time to check in with our correspondent in the big apple. That's henry reese sheridan. Today he delves like an over caffeinated accountant into the controversial plan to raise taxes on the rich in new york. Take it away henry. New york contains an enormous number of very rich people. The figures for twenty twenty onto yet but in two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred ten thousand four hundred thirty five ultra high net worth individuals. There's people with more than thirty million. Us dollars in that worth called the big apple home. That's more than any other city in the world. New relationship to its rich residents is fraught one on the one hand. Presence of very rich people brings prestige spending power and lots of tax dollars on the other hand. New york city's rich are extremely good as segregating themselves from the rest of society particularly in the fields of education healthcare and housing when not extracting a service from them the less wealthy of new york no the richer here and they're told by politicians from the right to the center of the political spectrum to feel thankful for that but it can be difficult to understand whether tax dollars of the wealthier going when the city's basic infrastructure is in such bad shape politicians a scared to tax the rich as individual careerists. They fear wealthy donors will abandon them if taxes are raised and all but the most leftist governments tend to be swayed by the belief that the wealthy will leave if they are taxed too heavily. Decimating the tax base. This is why historically new york governor andrew cuomo has been soft on taxing the rich in fact cuomo is so scared of the rich leaving new york city. He's willing to go to extreme measures to keep them here.
Fresh update on "andrew cuomo" discussed on Michael Savage
"Progressivism on Michael knows this Michael Gold show. Me insistence by these lives in the mainstream media that we all get this covert vaccine, no matter how young and how healthy we are. Is weird and creepy, and the fact that they want to watch us do it is even creepier and the fact that they have been wrong about Cove it from the beginning, and they have misled people about two weeks to slow the spread flat in a curve finding cure. Now we're gonna be locked down. According to some people for years at this point, the fact that their predictions have been wrong. Two million people dead. Donald Trump's timetable is never gonna work trumps timetable on the vaccine. Was absolutely 100% correct. They don't have any credibility. So why on earth should I trust them? I'm not saying that vaccines air terrible. I'm not saying I'm not even saying I won't get the covert vaccine at some point. I'm just saying, I feel no rush to do it, and their insistence that I do is making me less likely to do it. They also have no explanation for why the states that have reopened Are watching their coronavirus cases go down and those air Republican states and the states that are continuing to lock down Democrats. States are seeing cases skyrocket. They're trying to come up with a bunch of cockamamie answers, but they just don't have it. Here is the today show trying to figure it out. Call it a covert conundrum and states with the strictest measures in the country like Michigan, Pennsylvania and much of New England. Cases are on the rise, while in the South states like Arkansas and Texas that have reopened businesses in ripped away mask mandates are seeing their numbers drop. I'm announcing today that the statewide mask mandate will be lifted people. Him. Businesses don't need the state, telling them how to operate. So what might explain the apparent contradiction One theory differences in testing rates. Alabama has experienced one of the biggest dips and reported infections more than 50% in two weeks, But it's also dead last in the U. S. For covert testing on Lee 56 tests 100,000 people That's a fraction of what you'll find in places like Vermont, Massachusetts and New York, where numbers air surging. How much does lack of adequate testing have to do with the numbers that we're seeing right now? When you don't test your blind and when you're not testing your have a false sense of what the real problem is in your community, Another theory, covert fatigue. That's the theory. This goes on for several minutes, and they just go through a bunch of different theories as to why their main theory doesn't work. Shows you how desperate they are. Absolutely pathetic. I think people should watch the whole clip. At some point you go on the Internet later. Watch the whole NBC clip. They're just throwing spaghetti at the wall. But even to their point here, they're their best theory that they led with his well, The reason that it looks like the states that reopened are fine and the Democrats states that are still locked down. Our are surging. The reason is because the Democrats states air testing more. Okay? Well, we're not seeing spikes and death, right? We're not seeing spikes in people's lives falling apart. It just looks like Texas and Florida and all the normal conservative states are fine. I mean, I was in Texas a few rather in Florida a few days ago. I've been to Florida several times this year at least 34 times this year. And it's great. It's totally fine. It's totally normal, but they're not testing. They don't know how bad it is. I mean, this is the same sort of logic illogic that you hear from leftists when they say that oppressed groups of people Just don't understand how oppressed they are, You know that they're they're laboring under a false consciousness when some allegedly marginalized group goes about its day without without thinking about how terrible their lives are. No. Maybe you're just a bunch of neurotics on the left. And you're you're worrying in an inordinate way about this virus, which requires some credential judgment but doesn't doesn't imply that you should completely shut your lives stamp. Absolute neurotic hysteria that has now been exposed that they're now scrambling to try to defend But there is no way to defend it. It is just a weird quirk. Of the left wing psychology, so people like governor to sand this and in Florida have been right the whole time and Democrats like well, Andrew Cuomo, for sure. But other leading Democratic governors, uncovering a virus to Have been wrong the whole time, and that's just the way it is. So the Santas just held a panel in Florida. It was with a number of experts on the on the virus, including Harvard Professor Dr Martin Cold, or Oxford University epidemiologist Dr Sunni Trick. Gupta, Stanford physician and epidemiologist J. Bhattacharya and Stanford professor Dr Scott Atlas. He moderated this discussion. Regarding the response to the cove in pandemic and the insanity that the left has foisted on us And you know what happened? They posted this on YouTube and you two pulled it down. YouTube said. We can't have this kind of misinformation. This violation of our community guidelines on The air. So you can have Andrew Cuomo go on and spout a bunch of nonsense and lies about Corona virus. Totally fun. You're gonna have that on YouTube. You can have a bunch of other doctors, frankly, with less impressive credentials than these guys from Harvard, Stanford, Oxford. You can have them. Go on and say that we all need to hunker down. And maybe come out of our homes and 2027. But if you get a successful governor and correct experts to go on and criticize the liberal establishments Insane, responds to Corona virus. That's not allowed. And it doesn't matter. Governor to Santos was elected by the people Too bad Cares, and YouTube's not gonna not gonna have it. Because YouTube has much more political power than Rhonda Santas. YouTube has much more political power than any Republican politician in the country. In the words of Mitch McConnell. Big technology would appear along with woke America Corporate America generally. This big business would appear to be running a parallel government. And we need to stop that. For several decades. Republicans embraced this really shallow ideology that suggested that big business good Government, bad anything. Frankly, anything government does bad. Anything that these giant corporations do totally good, including censoring the people's duly elected representatives when they tell the truth about Corona virus. Even beyond well, this is true and this is false, And here's a fact. And this is the life they're just expressing their political opinion about what measures were taken. Which obviously there were a ton of mistakes made along the way. I don't think anybody would deny that. That's not permissible because that contradicts the state established religion of secular progressivism. And so they are going to be shut down, and I think Republicans need to wake up. We are starting to wake up. Finally and say, Oh, big business when they behave in this way and undermine our whole country and subvert our constitutional order. They're no better than big government. In many ways, they're much worse because there's not even a semblance of accountability for these people. You two will just pull it and run. Two Santas can complain about it. He can try to pass some laws in Florida. Probably even that won't be very successful who is really running the country? More on that in just a minute. But first rock auto dot com is so much easier than.
Rep. Lee Zeldin to Run for New York Governor
"The governor's race in the state of New York is starting to heat up. Lee's Elden Republican Lee Zeldin, representing parts of Staten Island, announce his candidacy just this morning and appeared on the morning show with Bernie and said the biggest statement that could be made by voters in New York November 2022. So that we aren't stuck with more of the same where folks starting their breaking points of once again. Come 2023. The problems don't turn around. They don't correct And maybe it becomes too late for that many more. So the question becomes. Does Andrew Cuomo run for reelection? The Cuomo I know in all likelihood will run for reelection scandals. Plural
Fresh update on "andrew cuomo" discussed on VB in the Middle
"The car across over this afternoon. How he thanks for joining the show. My pleasure, Grace. Congratulations on making the short takes of the New York Post again. Thank you very much. You know, That's my favorite thing. I love the New York Post. I keep asking everybody if they have a hard copy of it, But you're the only one who gets the print edition apparently. Um, how we now Speaking of print edition, Have you heard the latest about Andrew Cuomo? No. What's the latest? It's not as lewd in the city ist as some of the other news. But according to the Times Union, Cuomo staffers this is going to shock you, Howie. Cuomo staffers did not actually work on his book voluntarily. That that really is a shock. Remember how that was back when it was a labor of love? That's how I said. I said, I thought they were just passionate about going through this man's lengthy rants about how wonderful he is and how much he hates Bill de Blasio, other they were doing that out of the goodness of their hearts. It's It's shocking Those was he paying them or was the air was it just coming out of taxpayersmoney know the wonderful people in New York? We're paying them. I saw today how he was giving a speech. And he said, Like New Yorkers are tough. You have to be tough to be a New Yorker. And I thought, Yeah, if you want to survive in New York with with Governor Andrew Cuomo, you have to be tough, and you also have to not be in a nursing home. Apparently. It wasn't nearly and you know, you have to also be yes. Somebody who what? Who who doesn't have a relative who was murdered by a prisoner who's now on one of the police reform boards. It was a great thing that hasn't gotten much play nationally, for obvious reasons, right it for obvious reasons. Indeed, how he did you hear about the 100 corporate executives who are discussing plans to use financial pressure to alter state voting laws? Everyone's getting in on this now. They weren't They were in Georgia, right? Or a lot of war in Georgia, right at the Augusta Masters Golf tournament, you know, which is covered by one of the companies that was there, Which is CBS? Yes, so A lot of these companies are linked. In Delta, Starbucks, the Atlanta Falcons. They all got together to discuss how they could. Basically, I'm going to say bully politicians into doing what they want, and some ideas were seizing donations to politicians delaying investments into specific states. And, uh, did you know there actually running? Ads on TV for this HR one. I didn't see many of them yesterday. I just happened to be for odd reason watching TV yesterday and I saw an ad for HR one. I couldn't believe it. HR one is the biggest scam and the fact that they keep telling us how this is going to ensure the democracy in America makes me think this is even worse than we thought. Right exactly And talking about those that Paramount pictures, So you have to make a new one every eight years to keep the rights. I also watched part of a pirates of the Caribbean and I could not believe how bad that movie was. It was There was no plot to it. It was just special effects. And, you know what's his name? The guy that played Whitey Bulger. I can't even remember what he did on Johnny Depp and you know, just wandering around. It looked like he was loaded the entire time. And after a while, I was thinking you have to be loaded tow. Watch this whole thing. I turned it off. And it's wild Holly that they keep re booting these movies. And I'm thinking who's this four? Why do we need another one? I never watched like even the first whenever they have these friend. Choices. I never even watched the first one. But the fact.
New York is latest state to legalize recreational marijuana
"New York has become the latest state in the U. S. To legalize the recreational use of marijuana. The new law allows people to freely use cannabis in public spaces and those convicted of marijuana related crimes in the past. We'll have their records expunged. The move is also seen as having huge financial benefits to the state's economy. Business correspondent Katie Silver has more The New York state finds itself really struggling with the economic impacts of the covert 19 pandemic, and many of saying that this new legislation is a looking to improve that. So to give you an idea, Governor Andrew Cuomo's office is predicting that it could raise in the order of about $350 million a year in tax revenue as well as generating about 60,000 jobs. If we compare this to more established industries in the likes of Washington and Colorado, say where they have actually legalized marijuana almost a decade ago. They're they're making about half a billion dollars each year in tax revenues. So Governor Andrew Cuomo was hoping to break off a piece of that slice. Another interesting element to this legislation. Is that this actually going be business licenses. Set aside the black and Hispanic businesses. And that's because the state says that these people have bean historically disadvantaged as a result of the war on drugs. And I'm hopeful that this legislation could correct that New York is the 16th state in the U. S to now legalized marijuana for recreational use, And the interesting part is well on this fact, is that Many. For example, many neighboring states of New York, such as New Jersey and Massachusetts have become destinations for New Yorkers to go and buy their marijuana taking away funds from New York state, and this is something that Andrew Cuomo is hoping to
New York governor signs bill legalizing recreational marijuana for adults
"Empire State is going green. So to speak. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation legalizing recreational marijuana for those 21 older and the new law also automatically expunge is convictions for marijuana possession that would now be legal and directs 40% of pot tax revenue to communities of color that disproportionately faced. We'd charges New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is a hugely important moment for the state of New York. So huge congratulations to the Legislature for a major major step to reform. New York is now the 15th state with legal recreational marijuana.
NY lawmakers pass pot legalization, sending bill to governor
"I'm Julie Walker governor Andrew Cuomo is set to sign a bill legalizing recreational marijuana in New York under the bill possession of small amounts of marijuana is legal they'll also be programs to help communities that bore the brunt of national and state drug wars and eventually it'll allow the sales of marijuana in the state to people over the age of twenty one mayor bill de Blasio is raising it this is a hugely important moment for the state of New York lawmakers estimate the legalization of recreational marijuana and other pop products will eventually bring in three hundred million a year to cover the state's cost of regulating and enforcing the program Julie Walker New York
New York state legislature passes bill to legalize recreational marijuana
"New york's legislature has voted to allow recreational marijuana use and governor andrew. Cuomo says he'll sign the bill. As npr's brian man reports york stands to become the fifteenth state to take the step. New york's rwanda. Legalization law aims to help more people of color. Play a part. In the new legal pot industry it also funnels forty percent of marijuana tax revenues into neighborhoods. Hit hard by addiction and by high numbers of drug arrests assemblywoman crystal peoples stokes who co-authored the measure said communities of color have been crippled by marijuana. Criminalization aren't is crafted in a manner that is designed to help rebuild those lives those lives and those communities studies show black and brown new yorkers were targeted disproportionately by marijuana arrests. Tens of thousands of people are expected to have their felony drug convictions. Expunged
Ninth woman steps forward to accuse New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo
"Behavior that ninth woman sharing photo evidence claiming he forcibly kissed her cheeks in 2017, the woman 55 year old Cherry Ville, holding a virtual press conference, saying Cuomo at the time was acting in a quote, highly flirtatious and inappropriate manner. Boxes. Brooks thing that Americans listening to Fox
New York Lawmakers Expected To Legalize Recreational Marijuana
"15th state along with the District of Columbia to legalize recreational marijuana. State lawmakers are expected to vote on that later today. Officials say they hope to create a regulated industry with tens of thousands of jobs while ending racially biased drug arrests. NPR's Brian Mann reports. Police across New York State still arrest hundreds of people every year for possessing small personal use amounts of pot studies show people of color are far more likely to be prosecuted for marijuana possession. Senator Liz Krueger, a Democrat from Manhattan, says her bill will end that. I think it's a huge change. We're going to be a sponging the criminal records. Of tens of thousands of people. Governor Andrew Cuomo says he'll sign the measure. His office estimates annual tax revenues from legal pot sales could eventually reached $350 million a year with his many as 60,000 jobs. Cougar says the law directs those benefits to neighborhoods hit hard by addiction and high arrest rates. 40% of the revenues That will come out of the taxes from legal marijuana will go right back into those communities that were harmed by the drug wars. Critics of this bill acknowledge pot legalization is unstoppable. Sandra Doorly is a Republican prosecutor who heads the New York State District Attorneys Association. We understand that It's going to be reality. Doorly worries The measure doesn't give police clear authority to deal with motorists impaired by marijuana. If you legalize marijuana, and you stop someone who you believe is impaired, you know, how were we going to be able to prove it? Democrats agree It's hard to detect motorists impaired by marijuana, and they're backing new research to develop better roadside cannabis tests. Recreational use of marijuana remains a federal crime. Brian Mann
Another Woman Accuses Gov. Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment, Alleges Cuomo Kissed Her Without Consent
"News Other woman is coming forward claiming sexual misconduct by the New York governor Andrew Cuomo. Attorney Gloria Allred claims her client a married woman says the governor grabbed her face and kissed her without her consent outside her home. She also alleges, where photographic evidence. Several women have accused the governor of sexual harassment or inappropriate remarks and physical contact. Since late
New Yorkers 30 and over can get COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday
"New York state residents over thirty will be eligible for covered nineteen vaccination starting tomorrow new Yorkers over thirty can sign up for covered nineteen vaccines beginning Tuesday that announcement from governor Andrew Cuomo who adds that everyone over sixteen will be eligible beginning April sixth the new guidance comes as New York continues to face among the highest level of new covert nineteen infections and hospitalizations in the country and faxes disease experts say the rise of potentially more contagious variants along with ease covert nineteen restrictions could be fueling the virus's spread both in New York and New Jersey actually after
Ok, Will Digital Vaccine Passports Work?
"Digital testing tracing apps on smartphones did not exactly pan out as some of us thought though. I have heard that these kind of apps are used more extensively in some countries than you might think. Ok though now what sort of odds would you give me that digital vaccine passports will take off. New york state has launched the first. Us vaccine passport app. Excelsior pass built on ibm's blockchain based health pass platform quoting usa today. The first in the nation certification called the excelsior pass will be useful. I at large scale venues like madison square garden. But next week we'll be accepted at dozens of events arts and entertainment venues statewide. It already enables people to increase the size of a wedding party or other catered event. The app championed by governor andrew cuomo to support the recovery of industries most affected by the pandemic is funded by the state and available for free to businesses and anyone with vaccine records or test results in new york like an airline boarding pass. People will be able to prove their health status with a digital. Qr code or quick response machine readable label. They'll need to download the accelerator pass. App enter their name date of birth zip code and answer a series of personal questions to confirm their identity. The data will come from the states vaccine registry and also will be linked to testing data from a number of pre-approved testing companies. The new york system built on ibm's digital health past platform is provided via blockchain technology. So neither ibm nor any business will have access to private medical information and entertainment. Venue will simply scan the qr code and get a green check or a red x. and quote.
New York lawmakers agree to legalize recreational marijuana
"New York lawmakers have finalized an agreement to legalize recreational marijuana sales to adults over the age of 21, New York We're joined at least 14 other states that allow residents to buy marijuana for recreation and not just medical use. Governor Andrew Cuomo has made legalization of priority for his administration. His office has estimated that once a legal marijuana industry is fully mature, it could bring the state about $350 million a
Cuomo, state leaders agree to legalize marijuana
"Governor Andrew Cuomo. Senate Majority Leader Andrea Start, Cousins and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie last night announced an agreement on legislation to legalize the Don't use cannabis in New York. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reports bill would established the Office of Cannabis Management to implement a comprehensive regulatory framework to cover medical adult use and cannabinoid hemp. The bill would also expand New York state's existing medical, marijuana and him programs. The legislation provides licensing for marijuana producers, distributors, retailers and other participants in the cannabis market tax collection from the legalization is expected to reach $350 million a year and the industry could potentially create 30,000 to 60,000 jobs.
Investigations into New York governor Cuomo heat up as staff are subpoenaed
"Guidance. The investigation into sexual harassment accusations against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is heating up senior members of the governor's staff of no but subpoenaed by the state attorney general here, CBS is Christi collision. Cuomo Secretary Melissa Derosa's among the Albany officials subpoenaed an attorney general Tish James's investigation. Into a sexual assault allegations, according to the Wall Street Journal accuser and former aide analyst told the paper she was asked by investigators about Derosa's role is communications director in 2014 when less work for the governor list, said she didn't interact much with Derosa at the time. A state lawmaker says the separate impeachment probe into the governor is expanding. On top of looking into the sexual harassment accusations. They're examining now whether he unlawfully used his office to provide his family members with special access to scarce covert
Report: New York AG Subpoenas Dozens Of Cuomo Aides In Sexual Harassment Investigation
"Into sexual harassment allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo. Wall Street Journal reports Laetitia James has subpoena dozens of officials in the Cuomo administration. Almost top aide Melissa Derosa is reportedly among those to be subpoenaed earlier this month. Was being summoned, are requested to provide documents in connection to the harassment and misconduct accusations. Ah pushes on in New York City to get all city workers
New York AG subpoenas Cuomo officials in harassment probe
"The New York attorney general is taking a major step in the investigation into sexual Harassment allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo. The Wall Street Journal reports Letitia James has subpoenaed dozens of officials in the Cuomo administration. Cuomo's top aide, Melissa Derosa, is reportedly among those to be subpoenaed earlier this month. Those being summoned are requested to provide documents and connection to the misconduct
Cuomo aides subpoenaed in sexual-harassment probe
"Attorney general's office has now subpoenaed dozens of officials in Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration requesting that they produced documents as part of the investigation into sexual harassment allegations against the governor. That's what the Wall Street Journal is reporting this morning. Three former female aides and to current female aides have accused Cuomo of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior. He denies he did anything wrong.
New York Launches Vaccine Status Mobile Phone App
"Status. Officials say the Excelsior past will give people quicker access to gatherings, including sports arenas and large weddings where the state's public health Ruth rules are still in effect, NPR's Brian Mann reports. When Governor Andrew Cuomo gave a briefing this week, He talked a lot about re opening businesses and venues getting the economy going again. But he also gave a warning. We have made tremendous progress, but anyone who says it's over They're wrong. 71 people passed away. There are still thousands of new coronavirus cases confirmed in New York every day and dozens of deaths. The challenge, says Mark Door with the New York State Hospitality and Tourism Association is reopening more places like sports arenas and Broadway theaters when the Corona virus is still lurking. I think confidence is the biggest dilemma I guess to overcome as we head into the busy season confidence and getting people out to travel, so New York State partnered with IBM to create Smart device app that includes a scannable barcode similar to the one used in airline boarding passes. They say it's voluntary. It's free. The download keeps most of your personal information, private. Horses. Business venues can check customers barcodes to find out if they've been vaccinated or tested negative for the Corona virus. Within the last three days, the business will be able to really quickly recognize. At the proper protocols have been followed in order to have a safe entry into the business from the start of the pandemic. Smart devices have been used for contact tracing and public health alerts. Disappears to be the first app in the US that shows this kind of personal corona virus status, though officials in Hawaii or working on a similar vaccine passport, Melissa Fly Shoot, who heads the New York State Restaurant Association. Doesn't think smaller venues like
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on Channel 33
"This is not a part of the national dialogue. And he's not stayed at you know he's not remained apart of the national vocabulary for the most part. So that's gotta be cuomo's plan right. If i just stay here and wait it out. Then people will be people won't care in six months and that's why he's leaving his options open and the only thing that changes that calculation his mind is is the threat of impeachment. A lot of people pointed out spitzer had had a strategy of hanging tough until it look await impeached. And then if the the of the decision doesn't become resigned or hang tough and see what happens. The decision becomes resign or be impeached. And then maybe. His political andrew cuomo's political calculation changes. That is a very Bet seems a little ways down the road from where we are right now. We've got a tweet david from listener mattie wasserman He writes is there a certain criteria or threshold for when someone becomes labeled as disgraced. Like what would need to happen for andrew. Cuomo to change from governor. Cuomo to disgraced governor cuomo. It's a really interesting case as it as it pertains to cuomo I think even in the age that we live in sort of post to Era a lotta things that he's been accused of while it might rise to level of you know something that would lose him will cost him his job. There seems to be of reluctant feeling. It's that it's not as necessary to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that these things are true but even though they're largely accepted as being true. I mean this is part of the investigation. Cuomo is is. I guess encouraging at this point but i think that that it would be you know if these things are proven beyond a reasonable doubt and he loses his job. I think disgraced will be use widely. I'm not talking about when it's appropriate to talking about when it's actually going to be used but i just don't know to me i think i i don't know that he's going to be called disgraced until he's until he leaves office you know either of his own. Being forced or through impeachment disgraces usually a term for a former disgrace in fact we usually see it in the newspaper as disgraced former soviet. So and you know. I've talked about this pot all the time. How disgraced is a really handy word journalists. Because if i say you know Financial swindler david shoemaker. And you are not in fact running ponzi schemes. Out of your house there in new jersey. You could potentially sue me in court. But if i say disgraced wrestling writer. David shoemaker ensure that has any dan bing so journalist to throw that word in when they sort of. I think don't have a legal case. They can lean on but they wanna they wanna communicate something sometimes. Just a general all purpose adjective. But i don't know. I mean you can imagine a situation where somehow some way cuomo is able to stay in office when heat where he is disgraced governor andrew cuomo and that would actually be the appropriate title in that case somehow the political remedy or the oppressor whatever. It is failed to get andrew cuomo to resign. He's still the governor. But he has disgraced governor andrew cuomo. I could see that happening. Yeah i think for him to the stay in office and be considered disgrace. It would be like a volume of crimes committed beyond you know without any doubt. I mean it beyond a reasonable doubt. This isn't a core proceeding. we're talking about. I just find it really hard to imagine. I think that he would be. He would be out of office before if if it ever rose to that level i david. Let's do the overall twitter joke of the week where we celebrated gag. That was so obvious that all of media twitter made it at exactly the same time. Seven nominees to at the press box pod. Were they're always gratefully received a weird but typical note from the college. Basketball conference tournaments. This weekend david go. Longhorns insert their everybody. Kansas virginia all had exit their conference tournaments because of positive cova tests. It was an overworked twitter joke. Or maybe just a good job to call them. Vaccine guerrilla stories vaccine cinderella stories. Thanks to c. J. thomas and finally david. Nfl quarterback drew brees retired sunday. After breaking numerous records. He is headed to television. It was twitter joke to write. The saint went marching out. Thanks to kupa cartel keith and arsenal points for that one. If you served up by necsports media column congrats you made the.
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast
"Conflict is now happening right and also. I think that there was the dynamic of the national election and that it was sort of a maybe a tacit agreement agreements strong. Were but understanding that we you know among democrats maybe not to attack him too sharply to head on because there's an election to be one that felt that was considered to be sort of more consequential than any that come along and generations so as soon as the sort of bogeyman of trump was removed. Suddenly the the the sort of grimmer alternative to cuomo is no longer there and suddenly the the lights turned on him and the democrats turned on him a little bit. I thought we might talk about. Just how these latest stories about cuomo they were and weren't present in in sort of what we knew about cuomo A lot of the coverage talks about this striped is kind of reputation that he had for as a sort of ruthless. Kind of fearsome guy. And you you just talked about his knowledge of kind of how to get people to do what he wanted. And how to keep people in line and sort of. I guess how much of a surprise it is. You know that he would have people come forward and say like you know. He's retaliated against me and like women come forward and say he behaved inappropriately with me like you know just how much of this is just totally. Shockingly out of nowhere right. I think the the reputation has especially among those who have been around him and been around. You know albany is of him as a very difficult boss yet. It's difficult place to work. He's relentless he's hectoring. He's demanding he gets angry. You know and you know in all of my reporting on the profile. And just following for years i hadn't heard specifically about sexual harassment. I don't know that that was something that was understood to be a thing that was being covered up I do you know. I have a sense that as a as a as a boss. He's he harasses people you know. He's he's in your face. He expects you there twenty four seven. He talks about your private life. He expects your private life too. You know there is no private life. It's you know it's sort of render unto on unto cuomo your entire existence into this job twenty four seven that that would also leach into sexual harassment. It doesn't surprise me. You know the hectoring. The the banter the flirtation you know. I've heard stories of him in his dealings with Women not professionally not his office so it doesn't have a workplace component. But you know he's he's for he has he can turn on the charm he he can be intense. I've known story. You know the now someone who talked of him grabbing her arm in a way. That was just too much. You know that kind of thing So it it's sort of. It's not shocking. it's just it's it's. It's surprising that he would get himself in this mess. That that's i think the biggest surprise for me. What do you mentioned like. They've put out statements in the last few weeks where you know. His aides have said things like. It's a demanding job here you know. He demands everything from you. And it's it's tough to work here. Because that's the business of government you know and i i mean they're basically admitting that the way that the administration is described by people who are like. This is a horrible place. it's like basically true. It's like it's just like the critics there takeaways at. That's bad are takeaways. Like this is what's necessary to get things done which kind of fits into like the whole thing of getting things done but it does it does. The governor's office really need to run that way. No it reminds me a little bit of some of the modern debates over coaching. The football coach would abuse the players. You know no water. Eight hour august practice nearly. Kill the people and it's not like that anymore. in ways andrew cuomo's old kind of boss but he's like an extreme version of an old kind of boss in an era. Where that's just not gonna fly. Yeah yeah his defense his defensive that has been the same. You're saying like the kind of like old school like a i sent. I sent all the women in my office roses on valentine's day that's old school move and it's like that. How does one not see that. That is just not a thing that you should do anymore and just watching cuomo these last few weeks. You know like you spent so much time on air since last march and i'm wondering just watching cuomo is last few weeks like if anything struck you. In the way that he's been talking about these scandals You know and the situation that he's in every time he does a press conference now he tries to go into sort of march twenty twenty cuomo mode here are the numbers and then the questions common and they're all like about like. What are you say to these women. It's because it's march twenty twenty one but i'm wondering what you make of the way. He personally has responded this whole situation. I mean he's i think he's trying to just do his job in part to distract from the fact that this other thing is endangering his job he's good at it and he's he's still effective communicator. Obviously it seems most people find his apologies wanting but nonetheless you know he's he's not fumbling he's he's he's parsing everything in a way that is legalistic and self serving. You know he keeps saying i'm a lawyer. It's like we all we can tell you know that's the public face that we see. I kind of have this. Imagine him when he's off camera. You know. I imagined sort of glowering. You know engaged in scheming. You know dark clouds gathering around him. Lightning bats cars blowing up in the street. Like or something i i. It's hard for me to to imagine what he's going through as he tries to sink and fight his way out of this mess and You know the deepening every every few days. Nick thanks so much joining us. Thanks her been a pleasure. Nick garden is a staff writer at the new yorker. This has been the political scene. You can subscribe to this and other new yorker podcasts by searching for the new yorker in your podcast app and find more political analysis and commentary on new yorker dot com. Feel free to rate and review us on apple. Podcasts our theme music is by russell. The less this program is produced by alex. Barron entirely warner from new yorker dot com. I'm eric door wakened. Wnyc studios supported by northrop grumman with the following message. Millions of moving pieces connecting and protecting our world as one is impossible. Until it's not at northrop grumman. We are defining. 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"andrew cuomo" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Here. We're not there, Joe. How many spots do you have for that today? Just checking How many? How many guys have interview clips Now? I don't have any. You have zero. Yeah, He's not hiding any. He is not hiding any. We will not be discussing this today. You may say so. Why'd you waste the opening of your show, saying you're not discussing it. People who don't want to make statements don't make statements about not making statements to quote the commander of the base and the awful G I Jane movie with the meanwhile because I can't believe it. People give a damn about what these two have to say. Who cares? Welcome to the dam By GINO Show. Let's get to it. I got that. Um, I don't have that having that means. I don't have that because we're not talking about that because I don't care. But I do have serious stuff today, including a Super cut I saw Jerry Dunleavy from Washington. Salmon is social media feed off an interview with Andrew Cuomo that happened a while ago that matters and you listen, we all know what's going on record. I haven't spent a lot of time about because I don't like to talk about stuff. You can read on the news. I'd like you to come here on get stuff That's unique to this show. But this interview matters. It's a super cut of it because it shows you again. Why sycophantic acolytes and butt kissing media people. Who don't hold politicians accountable, allow things like people being put in a nursing homes with covert. Lead to the deaths of others because politicians dared not ask hard questions. All right, Joe, let's go. All right. So again. We will not be talking about Megan and Harry. Because we just don't care. I'm sorry. Give zero Whatever's by that, what we got to some substantive stuff. This is a Really devastating, super cut video off a Good Morning America show with millions of viewers. This is I'm doing an interview of Andrew Cuomo a couple months ago, and I'm not playing this interview to pile on. Although he deserves it. Andrew Cuomo. Andrew Cuomo's in a lot of trouble politically, and he does deserve it. He is a complete before Oon, a total zero who has failed the citizens of New York State repeatedly. I'm doing it for different reasons. To show you the genuine real life dangers. I mean, dangerous to your life. They failed, sycophantic media full of boot licking acolytes who failed to ever ask serious questions of Democrat politicians when they're in office, which leads them to believe what Joe that they could do anything they want, because Trump remember which Trump the media would have, like there's lied, Trump says. He drinks Diet Coke and me has a drink. Diet Coke, he drinks real Coke, like everything was a scandal with Trump. He wants his fox News in his bathrobe. Remember the ice cream scandal would trump I'm not kidding. Put it in the search engine. I'm not making something. Did you remember this one Trump Joe member? This one Trump Trump got two scoops of ice cream and everybody else got one like that was an actual story. Yeah, nobody but that's how the media covered Trump. When it comes to Democrats. You get nothing of the sort watch this super cut of this Good morning America Sycophantic boot licking interview And now you'll see why Andrew Cuomo felt like he could do whatever he wanted. Check this out. Can you describe the past 100 days? Help. Can I say that? Yeah, you can. I think that's their what still keeps you up at night? You've been commended for your clear and you're calm Leadership people from all over the country In the world of tuned into your press conferences, you're statewide approval rating. Ah, career high. 84%. You came in second on Lee to President Obama as the most trusted democratic leader in America. How do you intend? On spending that political capital that you've learned if you had to give President Trump a grade on how he's handled this pandemic. What would you give him? What grade? Would you give yourself? You've said that you have no political aspirations beyond the job you're in right now. Right. Ah, lot of people are asking Why Why not? Think about something grander, bigger Presidential. Would you accept a Cabinet position and Biden administration? That was a quick No. No. Why not? I know that you've been portrayed as some sort of a homecoming King off this crisis and a headline from Jezebel. Help. I think I'm in love with Andrew Cuomo. The New York Post dubbed you The New Love Gove. Chelsea Handler wrote you a love letter essay in Vogue entitled Dear Andrew Cuomo. I want to be your first lady. Your reaction to all that. Your daughter's reaction to all of that. When are you gonna hug your mom again? It's a very powerful interview, and he is no holds barred, He says exactly what he's thinking. As you know, That's his style. When you could see that, and you ask the tough questions, I tell you that much as well. Oh, Joe the stuff? Yes, They asked that. The tough great You're kind of like a homecoming king, aren't you? What happens? The nursing home story. Let's be crystal clear. As I said on outnumbered, Rose on Fox a couple weeks ago was not breaking news a few weeks ago. It was breaking news a few months ago when people like me remember that segment on the show, Joe? Remember that we put the little memo up on the screen, Cuomo telling nursing homes. Hey, you got to take these cove infected patient. Remember us, saying, Joe? That doesn't sound like a good idea, Joe. It's sick. People covet older folks susceptible to covert dying and all that stuff sounds like a really bad idea. We only covered that what? Six months ago, maybe more. Wasn't breaking news because of reporters like this on G M a heart, you know, Homecoming King. Maybe start doing some journalism in once, and we get a more fair and equitable country where politicians are held to account and don't feel like they can act corruptly like Lord Acton warned, because nobody's ever questioning them. If you're a Democrat, that is Pathetic. Damn Bongino show..
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four. It's relieffactor dot com. I mean i can't. There were two stories that i had to get today. One of them was andrew cuomo. Hey you know what i'm saying. He got an ice wreck. On what quote. It is an andrew cuomo quote. I'm sure you're not pay. I'm talking about the gun. Racks in the back covered truck. Bright sure she has want what arek on that lady's truck that's just the other. One is a story of an indian man who was stabbed to death by his own rooster. Now that caught my eye caught my eye. Yeah indian man stabbed to death by his own rooster after he tach A three inch knife to its leg foreign illegal cockfight so most of the league was the knife illegal. I think the cockfights are illegal. I think maybe it's he had an illegal knife in a legal code for but anyway so he had just finished strapping it down. And they say the rooster became a little panicked. I'm surprised and jabbed his leg into his groin area and cut some things off and bled to death. Oh no legal cockfight rooster kills. Kills man three inch knife program..
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on Channel 33
"Being left alone in the freezing temperatures but that is just a wonderful wonderful name for a dog especially for right wing politician Who's disappointing the entire world. I think national ambitions brung elite. This week no but that is and in. The forlorn picture of the dog just gazing out of the of the door of the cruise estate. I just don't. I don't know sometimes again. The whole thing is the whole idea of just ted cruz going to cancun was seemingly ridiculously irresistible to perfect for word story but then the fact that there was also a dog buried within it. Yeah there's just journalists can just take the day off right we we just. We can do some reporting. Maybe the new york times are to turn up. Heidi cruises tax. but otherwise which is just transcribe. What you're seeing. Don't try to put too much polish on it. We'll be fine coming up on today's show. It's real simple. We talk andrew cuomo. We talk ted grooves. Oh that more the press box a part of the wringer podcast network l. o. Media consumers bryan curtis and david shoemaker. Here okay david. Which fallen political hero do we wanna take on. I andrew cuomo or ted cruz.
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"To clash. His naysayers was seen in. The last few days is continued questions about. Why was this data not released earlier. What was the delay and we've also seen tactics. That cuomo administration has used since governor. Cuomo took office in twenty eleven sort of bursting into public view. Assemblyman ron jim. One of the leading critics. Here he recounted a phone call that he had with governor cuomo. In which according to kim the governor threatened threatened ruin his political career according to cuomo. Those threats were not made but the governor did say that he had talked to kim. Talk to him about issuing a statement about what happened in that private meeting with melissa derosa and kim called cuomo bully you call them an abuser on the view right. And that's not new. That has been sort of true in your politics for a long time. But you know the world is the world is changing. This kind of behavior in in all kinds of reforms is is not as easily excused as it as it once was so republicans started talking about possibly impeaching the governor members of the democratic party. They were talking about sort of stripping away some of the authority they delegated to cuomo march to handle the pandemic and it sounds like democrats who control the state. Senate are going to act coming up this week. How would the governor losing his emergency powers impact. New york's krona virus response moving forward. That's an open question at this point the days of commanding schools to shutdown with forty eight hours. Notice and closing bars and bowling alleys. Those are those are generally behind us so it seems that this action is largely symbolic People close to the governor and others noted that the nursing home situation at nothing to do with his emergency powers from the gecko. So i guess. I'm trying to figure out looking at how this is played out. How much of what's going on. It's a pr problem for the governor. And how much of it is a real problem for constituents like the number of deaths in nursing homes in new york is it notable. This new data does newark. Standout among other states governor cuomo talks about the year of pandemic debts in nursing homes versus other facilities it. How new york's share is actually lower than some other states horse. That's just the is of no comfort to someone who's loved one passed away. They don't care about what the current is with other states. What some political observers have said it is that it's a cliche but that the cover up is worse than the underlying action And so the fact that governor cuomo and state delayed the release of the state of for so long that they had to be forced. Release the data for so long and that their explanations for the delay changed over time basically have people include in the words of the republican leader in the state assembly that the governor public relations ahead of public house. And i think that that is why this is coming to the fore now in a very significant way i wonder if heating cuomo is going to be remembered as a successful executive when it comes to covid far too early to to say We already saw one preliminary poll which showed that andrew cuomo who's job approval had slept since january We'll have to see what happens in the next call. Now that there's more information about how these acted and what's going on but he's not gonna face voters until in a primary election june of twenty two. What can happen. And we all know that voters memories are short Jimmy bill kind. Thank you so much for joining me. Thanks adding jimmy veal kind. Covers new york state government for the wall street journal. And that's the show. What next is produced by mary. Wilson schwartz daniel hewitt and davis land alison benedict and alicia. Montgomery help us make this thing better every day. And i'm mary harris. I will catch you back in this.
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"No ego to Well i i need to achieve Being president I just i don't. I don't have that need and i mean need in an unhealthy sense down though i think especially in politics. Yeah a lot of e egos that are desperate. they're just desperate for affirmation down they need affirmation well in late. I'm not sure you would have answered that question. The same way Ten years ago fifteen years ago You know you're a person of of of of big ambitions so if in fact that you've reached that moment of of of peace That's a that's an accomplishment worth Worth noting in congratulating you for because it makes life better ya. I know you're almost at a time just one time. Ambition is a good. I'm ambitious for my state to rebuild it better than ever before And there there was a point in my life. I was talking to my daughters about this Twenty five twenty five and twenty three years old. You know you. There is a point where you want to know who you are and how good you are and what goals you should set for yourself and whereas your spot in this planet you know And you have to go through that and it can be hard and it can be painful and you can push yourself too hard and you can stumble and you can fall and life is going to knock you on your took us Sooner or later anyway But and i went through all that And i am at a place of peace and comfort and I do feel. I do feel good where i am and i do feel that. I'm doing the right thing you know. And then life Men plan right god laughs and then life will decide something else tomorrow and then. We'll deal with that. Well i'm glad to hear you say that and Really appreciative for the time. Andrew cuomo great to be with you good to be with.
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Of housing an empty this hotel and It went on from there. We're going to take a short break and we'll be right back with more of the x. Files and now back to the show around that same period you got married you married kerry kennedy daughter of robert kennedy. I want to ask you about all the particulars of the relationship. You had you had three. You have three daughters together. That marriage ended unhappily Some years later in like often happens when you're a public figure the details don't stay private And i'm wondering about that aspect of public life You know that was a storybook wedding and it got covered as such people magazine stuff but so is the end of it and that has to be awfully hard particularly for for your kids. That is the price you pay my friend when you walk into the theater Talk about being prepared for public. Life elected life That's one of the situations you have to consider You subject yourself to scrutiny and bliss city and I lived with it for a long time. But then you bring your children into it people around you are affected But it's a price you pay and if you're not willing to pay that price don't enter the theater don't enter the arena and it is hard. It's a it's a price you pay but but but what has to be more painful as the price when your kids have to pay the price as well and that is exactly right but yeah. It's a family past that you buy You can't protect them from it Your children become subject that same. Kind of public scrutiny. And it's terrible and it's lousy and it's ugly but it's also real you serve for eight years in washington. I think your your experience on housing led to this new worked at at hud and ultimately four as secretary of housing and urban development During the clinton years new came back and you ran for governor ran for the position your father had held a he lost by the way. Nineteen ninety four after three terms. I should have asked you this earlier. How painful was it when he lost that election for him. And how painful was it for. You devastated him. He lost ninety. Four ninety four was gingrich year. It was the first clinton midterm it was after gays in the military etc and The it was the gingrich revolution We lost a lot of seats. My father lost the ninety four devastating for him devastating for me. Because i had been in had gone to washington so i wasn't available to help him so i blame myself for not being available to to help My father never saw it coming. He was prepared on election night to give a victory speech he had written speech. We're in a hotel suites. And he goes into the bedroom. He's laying on the bed and he has the speech jonah's chest. He's fully dressed in his suit and he's going through the speech in his mind. Tim russ russert. God rest his soul. Yes i had a who i had talked into coming onto my father's first administration the first year to me and i worked together called up and he said the network is about to call it and say That your father lost. And i had to walk in and tell my father that he and i couldn't even tell him that he lost. I opened the door to the bedroom. And he just looked at me. And i didn't say anything and he said What's wrong and i didn't say anything. And he said what's wrong. I said we're going to need a different speech. So as i said And so he was crushed. I was crushed. Then i ran for governor as you mentioned and lost and then we will both crushed for many years together. Yeah i'm sure for him. That was reliving in some ways. What happened in In ninety four but you came back around for attorney general. That's when you. And i worked together. I have one question on the. Ag's office you did. You did some very positive things there including Lawsuit to prevent the exploitation of of students and student loans and But tell me about the power of that office And in the context of some of these lawsuits that are now pending an investigations of the trump organization. That now become you know a real Deal for them As e as he leaves the white house What what what is it. What what powers are there in that office and in the manhattan d. These as da's office that are should be troubling to trump. Oh i if i'm donald trump. i'm very worried The new york attorney general's office Has both civil and criminal jurisdiction there in charge of charities and that's one of the things they were in charge of his charities and that's what they are pursuing With him as is charitable organization the manhattan. Da's office is working on a tax fraud case m-. I don't have any inside information right. Of course after on what i discerned. They're working on a tax for case And when you have people like michael cohen out there who was intimately involved in a lot of dealings with donald trump Who is orchestrating. A lot of payments for him How did you. How did you You made a payment to a woman Did you deduct that payment. Did you call it a business expense. You know I'd be very worried if i were. Donald trump. just returning to your story ran for governor in two thousand and ten. You've now served three terms Or in the midst of your Your third term. It's had peaks and valleys. You know you talk about infrastructure. You've done a lot of it. In fact you just dedicated a bridge That was named for your dad. spanning the hudson To new jersey to replace the verrazano bridge in you've done you mentioned the airport and second avenue subway in all of this You've done you. You passed You were one of the early adopters of Same sex marriage in in your state You've mentioned some of the other things that you've done All all to the good and there have some down of moments. You created a commission to go after ethics violations in the state and there were plenty to go after you had to close it down after a couple of months because it was headed into directions that were uncomfortable and and one of your closest aides someone i know. Well was convicted on a an in a bribery case. Tell me About these last ten years and the highs and lows for you. The high is york has passed more progressive legislation than any state in the united states of america period from free college tuition to marriage equality to the most aggressive environmental program most aggressive green program etc We've done more building and more construction than ever As you mentioned bridges airports etc. So we've gotten.
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"You know i think all the time about what would we how i would have faced. The people who twenty million people have insurance today where people with preexisting conditions If we had decided not to move forward because we couldn't get everything that we wanted That that would have been a terrible dereliction. But it's but it's the debate That we seem to be within within the within the party beyond which It it turns out that socialism is not a very popular concept in this country It it you know it turns out that people wanna be able to call the police when they have an emergency You know there are know there there. Are these clashing cymbals in language. And so on that i think trump is really great at invu- trump for all of the ridicule that he took an and i probably engaged in some of it for this barnstorming in these rallies and some of the crazy stuff that he said he does know how to brand things and he branded this socialism thing and he branded this defunct police think even though joe biden represented none of that But it did stick to some demo. It's stick to democrats in. It did hurt the democratic party in various places and that has to be set. No you look. I agree one hundred percent. Trump is an excellent marketing man. That's what he is. He's a marketing man You mentioned laguardia airport. There's been a plane that was parked at laguardia. Airport for years never moved said all across big letters trump and the plane just sat there on the tarmac and he paid to leave the plane there but the plan never flew. I said to someone at the air. But was i said why does he paid park plane right there in front of everyone never flies said. Oh it's just a billboard for everyone to know he has a big plane. The plane doesn't fly. He's he's always been a marketing man. Yeah we we handed it to him. David de fund the police. That is not a good expression no police so when someone is breaking the house i dial nine one one and nothing happens you know. Of course he seized on it. But you know we also handed it to him and we didn't even mean de-fund we didn't even on the police no no and then the fact of the matter is that were you know. There are reforms in policing and and rethinking of what the what what what we should reasonably ask police to be doing. As opposed to other people. You know mental health experts and social workers. You know they're they're all kinds of things to be thought through but defunding the police never. That's not really. I mean there may be some people who believe that's a good idea but very few I think your point is right. You know what. I started in this state. I said look. The point has come to restructure public safety. Mr floyd we had eric garner in this state. You can go back to twenty years. I've no louima rodney king. Police abuse cases The time has come. The public said enough is enough. And what we did is i. Mandated every local government with the police. Force you engage the community..
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Mister Secretary Multiple Times with me and our seven minutes so far that we've talked you brought up masks. You brought up social distancing, but without the president United States doing this. I house half the country. GonNa Listen. Have you directly asked the president to please ask the country to wear a mask so I'm the President Secretary of Health. I'm telling you practice social distancing where you can't appropriately social distance, we encourage you to wear a facial covering the vice president added states on Friday. Stood on stage, walked up onstage, wearing a mask even though he doesn't need to in the sense that everybody around him is tested. He's in a bubble. The president we know is a very unique circumstance as leader of the free world. He's tested constantly in those around him or tested constantly under kept at a distance even with that, but we're all saying this the president's. For reopening the president's guidelines, his guidelines have said from day one practice social distancing. Wear. Face coverings, practice, appropriate, personal hygiene, and always please consider your individual circumstances, and those of your household members protect the most vulnerable those over eighty, those over sixty five with three or more of the Serious Co. morbid conditions these are the people we have to ring fence and protect right now. It's a do what you just articulated. Mister secretary is a is I say not as I. Do the president. United States holding rallies twice in the last ten days once in a state that is seeing. A potential of an out of control spread Arizona he doesn't talk about wearing a mask. And you avoided my question about whether you've asked the president to at least ask the country to wear a mask just because you put guidelines under his name when he doesn't do it, his people don't listen well. Chuck I'm not going to talk about politics, but we've seen mass gatherings over. Over the last several weeks were with people, rightly expressing First Amendment and political views, and this is appropriate, but my message is one of public health, which is if you're going to participate in any type of large gathering. I encourage you consider your individual circumstance, consider the the circumstance of those you live with and take appropriate precautions that are appropriate to yourself and your community. Secretary as our I have to leave it there. Appreciate you coming on and sharing the administration's perspective? Thank you chuck. During the first peak of Cova Crisis Andrew Cuomo was one of the faces of the response, giving daily televised press briefings as New York became the epicenter of the pandemic in the United States, now cases and deaths are way down in New, York and instead of new. Yorkers being quarantined when they traveled to states like Florida. It's New York that is doing the quarantining of out of state visitors from places like Florida and joining me. Now is the governor of New York Andrew Cuomo. Governor, I want to start with what we just heard from secretary as our. and. That is sort of. It seems as if he believes. This is on the state that our contact tracing problem in the. South is on the state. Was this second surge in European preventable? You're good to be with you. I I don't think this is a second surge. We're worried about a second wave I think we're still in the first wave, and this is a continuation of the first wave, and it was a failed effort to stop the first wave in the country. And as you pointed out in New, York is a totally different place. Look if you listen to what the secretary said. If you listen to what the President says what they said at the White, house briefing. They're saying what they said three months ago. They basically in denial about the problem. They don't want to tell the American people the truth. and. They don't want to have any federal response except supporting the state supporting the state, so I heard that and I understood where they were I was. I didn't need to torture the rhetoric. I knew what they were saying. You're on your own. And it's not a good feeling, but it sort of liberating so in New York. We just handled the totally different chuck. We handled it on our own communication clear as you mentioned every day. And then we came up with a plan and did the testing did the isolation and that makes a difference? You followed the guidelines I pointed out I remember this distinctly only one time. Did we hear the White House? Ever talk about the gate, the infamous getting criteria, and then I think that phrase disappeared. You created sort of a US that guidance you guys created your own, but in all. Honestly, how hard is it going to be to stop another resurgence in your state? If the rest of the country is struggling the way it struggling? That's our problem. The CDC guidelines I of guidelines. They were very. Vague I don't even know what they meant. The trajectory has to becoming down. We put in place our own metrics. Where we we use science. And we wouldn't open any region unless they hit certain metrics, and then we have a phased reopening that we're in the midst of, but you look at the number of hospital beds. Who actually have the testing up? We do more testing than any state in the united. States chuck we do more testing per capita than any country on the globe. The testing is the key. You do the isolation you have enough. Enough ICU beds. And then you you from the testing. You have a rate of transmission that you can monitor and you proceed through the phases. If you hit that rate of transmission, this is a virus. It doesn't respond to politics. You can't tweet at it. You have to treat it and we never did that. Now I fear. Is We had today? Five deaths now we offer thoughts and prayers to every death in our state, but five deaths is the lowest number we have had since this started chuck. We are in the exact opposite end. We have less than eight hundred people in hospitals lowest number basically since we started. How does that number go wop? Two ways lack of compliance. And I'm diligent about staying after new. Yorkers and local governments have police, it and second I'm now afraid of the spread coming from other states, because we are one country and people travel, and I'm afraid. The infection rate in the other states will come back to New York and raise that rate again. All right, if Governor to Santa's calls you up this afternoon Governor Abbot calls you up this afternoon of Texas and Florida, and they say all right. Let's set the politics aside I. Know You, you know. We mouthed off at at a little bit. What's your recommendation? How it? What should we do here? What would you tell I'll tell you I'll tell you? I I don't wait for them to call this. Is New York?.
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"New York governor. Andrew Cuomo here's some more of the interview. You're in an interesting place right now. Where you have the governor of New York but you are one of many governors whose entered into a pact to try and open up a region because as you said Publicly you know. The virus doesn't follow state lines. You implement this approach without the federal government helping you where it needs to now yourself and trump have gone back and forth but one thing you both acknowledged is that when it comes down to you know how to communicate and you work together. You had a meeting with the president. Was there anything fruitful from that meeting? Is there anything that's going to come from that meeting? And what is the relationship between yourself and trump slash federal government? Right now in New York. What needs the relationship between myself and the president is. The president. Doesn't like me. That is the relationship. It is unambiguous honest. It is open and He doesn't like my politics. Let's say And we have been at political loggerheads many times over the past few years. If you look at his twitter account you'll see my name quite often. None of it good trevor. None of it good and I've sued the federal government or number of time. So that's it's open and it's not necessarily loving have said that we had a meeting in the White House and it was a very productive meeting and I don't mean in diplomatic conceptual talk. It was a honest open. Granular detailed conversation about this subject of Testing. Which is totally new for everyone. It's impossible undertaking because the numbers are just so extraordinary in the so much urgency to it but we had a very honest conversation and we went through what is testing. And what should the state do? And what should the federal government do and We basically allocated tasks so it was a very positive conversation. I GIVE THEM CREDIT. Because it's hard to actually sit down with someone who you have differences with and say put that all aside and let's just do our jobs here our respective jobs because it's bigger than we are and and that's what yesterday was it was forget everything else we're talking about life and death. We're talking about the profound the moment of our history that we will experience and we have a job to do because we're in a position and let's just do it and forget everything else and that's the way it should be. You know who cares how he feels or how I feel. Who Cares about how I feel about him? Personally my feelings are irrelevant. My emotions irrelevant Just do the job who cares about what I think of what he thinks. And that's what yesterday was ready to hear that. And and the testing part of it is is what really jumps out for me because one thing most people seem to agree upon all across the world is with testing. That's going to be our best defense against corna virus before a vaccine testing and tracing this virus. What does that mean though for you? As the governor of New York doesn't mean every New Yorker has some method. Where THEY THEY? They're self testing or getting tested and then monitoring themselves doesn't mean that people who come from out of state or out of Country Kennel come in unless they're tested. I'm really intrigued by how this is. GonNa work because the whole world is doing the same thing one hole might be a whole for everybody. You know that could sink entire ship. So what does that mean for you? In terms of testing and how it will be applied there will always be a net with many holes in it To stick with your analogy. I don't think going to have enough tests anywhere to to design the perfect system. Okay testing capacity. We are trying to jumpstart a testing laboratory system. That just doesn't do this. I have private labs in my state. There are national manufacturers of lab kits and lab equipment. But we're asking them to go to fifty times what they've been doing if you took every machine in the state of New York that does this and you ran at seven days a week. Twenty four hours a day. You could get up to about forty thousand tests per day. All right. That is the maximum capacity. Sounds like a lot. But it's not when you're talking about one thousand nine million people I've done more tests in this state than any state in the United States. We do more tests than any country per capita. And we've tested about five hundred thousand. People sounds like a lot of people but again not on a population of nineteen million. Not on a workforce of nine million and that was five hundred in one month. You WanNa bring them back based on tests. You can't do it what tests Ken do. Is Monitor the spread of the virus that you can do with tests and that is the single most important thing to me. Because as you're opening the reopening valve and increasing the flow. What you need to know is how many people getting infected and that testing can do for you. It can also do antibody testing which tells us how many people were infected but also identifies people who can do the convalescent plasma treatment which is important and it gives employers a tool in their workplace to test the test a smaller number so you know for those that next tranche of essential Businesses that their workers a fine. But you're never going to be able to do a net that covers New York or any other state as the governor. You you are facing pinned pandemic right now and one of the most affected places in the world. The the horizon unfortunately brings with. It's another dockside. And that is people finances you know. Yes peop- some people may have been able to stop paying their mortgage. Some may have been given a little leeway to pay their rent or not pay their rent. What happens on the other side of this is? Is there a plan to help? People to help. New Yorkers Who Now may have landlord? Who says well you owe me two times the rent or now you own me. Double this or double. That is is there any place to try and alleviate that stress that may be felt post corona? We're talking about it trevor. And with thinking about it. We don't have a specific plan yet because we don't know how bad it is. I have said short term. No one can be evicted for nonpayment. Okay so you're out of work. You're not having a check. You cannot be evicted for non payment. That is the immediate short term problem right depending on how long this goes. You'll have other issues down. The road no doubt the expression stone to stone across the morass right. How do you get across the morass? And that's all we see right now as a morass in front of US stone to stone. You don't have to figure out the whole path. Just fine the next firm to advance your progress. And that's what we're doing so deal with the here and now and then we'll figure out the when we actually see what the future is because we have been wrong from day. One here right. Every projection has turned out turns out to be incorrect. So I'm at the point. Where let me see the facts that I'm dealing with? And then we'll deal with them when we come back. We'll complete the trilogy of my interview with Governor Cuomo. Stay tuned to the daily social distancing show on today's episode. We've been going in depth with Governor Andrew Cuomo. So here's the final part of interview. One one thing you've done as governor that has been particularly unique amongst leaders is you haven't just I think given people platitudes. You came out with Really Stern warnings very early on you. You were very grim in your forecast you you you just told the people what information you had It's it's a very unique way to handle a press conference. You've also been very personal in telling the stories that that you've told. Is there a reason you chose to do this? You know because some leaders go. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA hide it all and not share anything with the public. Just make them feel good You've chosen a completely different approach. Why because I I haven't slept at nights and I feel like you could have carried some of that burden for me but I want to know why you chose to not do that. We had our first case our march. I I was going to put in some of the most dramatic government mandates in history. No other governor has shut down the economy. No other governor has ever said you have to stay home if New Yorkers had said No. I'm not doing it. And New Yorkers are defiant bunch. I would've been powerless. I can't enforce a stay at home order for nineteen million people. The the ability to have a plan was purely dependent on New Yorkers buying in and they are smart and they are cynical. And if they don't believe you or you haven't made your argument and you haven't laid out the facts. They're not GonNa do it especially when you're asking them to do something they don't want to do. Especially when you're asking them to do something they have never done before. I mean. Just think about Saint that. New Yorkers everybody must stay home lock the door. You can't go outside except to go buy food and then you have to run right back home. No no I'm a native New Yorker. My first instinct is. I'm not doing that. That's nice but I'm not doing it. So they had to believe it. They had to understand it and I am not in the business of not telling the truth or trying to manipulate or I'm only going to tell you what you can handle because I'm worried about what you can actually absorb no. I am not there to filter. I'm not there to manipulate. Here's the situation. Here's the facts. I'm going to tell you everything I know. You know everything I know and just the way I know it. No sugar coating. There's there's no lying that everyone has been affected by this. You know some days I feel like life is normal Sundays. I feel like this is the craziest thing we've experienced and it's swings wildly and I know everyone has a different experience of it. I don't know what it's like to be a leader. A governor of a state where thousands of people are dying..
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on The Daily
"Hey I'm Caitlyn Dickerson. I'm reporter at the New York Times and something. You might not realize about our work. Is that every time. I think I'm done with a story. My editor tells me to keep going to rewrite some section of a story or interview. Three more people who can corroborate this evidence were make sure we'RE NOT MISSING ANY CONTEXT. It's frustrating but it's actually one of my favorite things about the New York Times both as a reporter and a reader because we obsess over our work until we can all agree that it's good enough to publish so if you WANNA support this kind of work journalism. That's done with rigor and with persistence. You can subscribe to the New York Times on our APP or on our website and thank you. I am now disinfecting microphone for the Gum and the windscreen. Because that's how we roll these days. I travel everywhere now with Lysol lives. Yes do you want. Do you want to disinfect? This since you maybe depending on our sitting arrangement might be holding that election. Take your ritualised very hard governor this Lindsey Garrison Lisa Tobin Governor Cuomo from the New York Times. I'm Michael Barr. This is Dale a scramble to contain the spread of the corona virus in New York in New York City. Tonight about a thousand people are now under self quarantine. Governor Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency this weekend to help fund the medical response to the outbreak as one of the earliest states with confirmed cases of the corona virus and with the Moose confirmed cases so far. New York State has begun to aggressively move to control it. Spread Governor Cuomo signing an executive order closing all schools statewide for the next two weeks of this means taking a series of increasingly drastic steps over the past few days in New York Governor Cuomo is advising non essential businesses to close each night at eight. Pm Mayor de Blasio born New York City residents to be prepared for a possible shelter in place order in the next forty eight hours. Governor Cuomo shifts his emphasis to the healthcare today conversation with Governor Andrew Cuomo..
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on WTOP
"York governor Andrew Cuomo is calling for federal leadership rather than having a scramble of every local government state government trying to figure it out on its own a handful of volunteers in Seattle is testing an experimental vaccine aimed at curtailing the corona virus they rolled up their sleeves and say the shop they received but like an ordinary flu shot Rachel so rule is twenty five years old an editorial coordinator in the health field wanting to help others I really really hope that it works forty six year old mill Browning is thinking about his three daughters every parent wants their children to look up to them they're taking part in an eighteen month long hunt for a successful shot they can be distributed widely lead researcher Lisa Jackson we take all the precautions we can take but there's some inherent risks there hi Jackie Quinn Americans have little trust in the information they are hearing from president trump about corona virus the confidence in the federal government's response to it is declining sharply this is according to a new NPR PBS newshour Marist poll it finds that just forty six percent of Americans now say the federal government is doing enough to prevent the spread of the corona virus down from sixty one percent in February according to the poll only thirty seven percent of Americans now say they had a good amount or a great deal of trust and what they're hearing from the president sixty six percent said that they had not very much or no trust at all in what he's saying this is a poll of seven hundred eighty four registered voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus four point eight percent in Europe there are new efforts to keep people from moving around as much European leaders are moving ahead with plans to seal Europe's borders to the outside world and to each other for all but the most necessary travel we think nonessential travel should be reduced right now in order to not to spread the virus further but also not to have more potential strain on our health care system this pandemic is creating fortresses where once the free movement of people was the norm CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker reporting from London the corona virus which originated in China has led to racism against Asian Americans New York City police say they have arrested suspects in two such cases a forty four year old man was charged with aggravated harassment after allegedly pushing a man in queens and screaming where is your mask in another case police have arrested a thirteen year old boy who allegedly approached an Asian man from behind and kicked him telling him to go back to his country in other news this morning a DC council member who helped pass city laws eliminating the statute of limitations for sexual abuse now says he was abused by a priest in the nineteen eighties and his alleged attacker was just arrested last weekend with intensive therapy and the support of his wife and family David Grosso says he largely believed being sexually abused by priests in the eighties was behind him but Virginia authorities recently obtains the Catholic diocese of Arlington's internal file in this case Grosso says his testimony before a grand jury led to the arrest of former clergyman Scott asked alone for abuse associated with St Francis de sales church in Purcellville us loans been arrested in New Jersey and is being extradited back here to face charges now we're also says he hopes all victims can find the courage to come forward to tell their stories and seek justice and accountability from their abusers Kristy king WTOP news second person is facing charges in a double murder in southern Virginia Virginia state police say they arrested a seventeen year old suspect who is charged with obstruction of justice and being an accessory after the fact an eighteen year old man Muhammad Ali is his name he was already in custody charged with murder Ali was a student at T. C. Williams high school and he's accused of shooting and killing a man and woman whose bodies were found last month on a grassy area of U. S. route fifty eight about ten miles from the North Carolina border police say in a Tombo Bionda of Alexandria and Diana Griffin of Germantown had both been shot.
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America. This is the Catch Roundtable John. Cats and the TD's here Sunday morning. What's going on in the world? Governor Andrew Cuomo met with President trump on Friday and we have an exclusive of what happened the Morning Governor. Cuomo this morning Very John. Pleasure to be with you. Thank you for having no traditionally Between you and trump were friends a long time you have differences in certain political things but basically you were friends How did the meeting go on Friday? The the person and And I've had a number of discussions you're right. We're from different. Political parties have different political philosophies. But we've always been able to talk And WE'VE AWHILE. He's been president. We've talked about a number of issues. The issue now is really tied to the main issue. This political Scifo John which is the issue of immigration. And what should this nation do about immigration It comes to light in New York because In New York like thirteen other states we give drivers licenses to undocumented people From a state point of view. I WanNa make sure that people who are driving our roads. PASA driving test. It's a public safety issue so even if you're not in full compliance with the immigration laws. You can get a driver's license if you take the test and if you pass the test because we want to make sure that if you're driving you know what you're doing. The federal government wants access to our department of motor vehicles database. Which would then give them access to the database of undocumented people in the state our state when we passed a law said we won't turn the data over to the federal government If you did then nobody would come forward no undocumented person would come forward and actually apply for a license the Federal Department of Homeland Security. I think is basically extorting New York by setting. If you don't give us the driver's license database we will deny access to a federal program called global entry. Gets a little complicated? John but global entry allows people to go to the federal government and basically get pre-screened so when you come into an airport and you're going through customs you are prescreened and you don't have to wait on these long lines. It's a fast track through customs. A lot of people who travel yet this clear so they don't waste all this time on these borderlines on the everybody hates those lines. Yes in the federal government said If you're a New York we won't allow you access to this fast track process and it's only retaliation for us not giving them the driver's license information they totally unrelated these two things When before they give you. The special pass has to do their own investigation. Don't necessarily need your database to that. That's exactly right John. And that's why this is Infuriating and I think we're too it's to get the fast pass you have to go before the federal government you sit with the federal officials you provide all the documentation you haven't interview and then they give you this Free Fast Pass. It has nothing to do with the driver's license database. They're just using this to force us to give them the driver's license. I said to the Homeland Security Person. Look I'll give you any information. You want anyone applying so the fast track process the global entry. But I'm not going to give you the Department of Motor Vehicle Database and I can understand It's a compromise to be had for instance when I was talking about it years ago and I said undocumented immigrants that committed a crime I have no sympathy for but undocumented immigrants that are working hard and have never committed a crime and they're paying the taxes we should leave them alone. Can we make a deal like that? I offered them the logical solution to their question. I said anyone who's applying for the Global Lynch free Fast Pass. I'll give you whatever you want. Whatever you want. So that is more than a logical and gives them everything they want if they're only using it to extort New York. Well then I can't do anything for them And that's the decision that they're going have to make understood and President going to think about that. The president was going to get back to me next week after he reviewed the situation. Well it sounds logical and I think you came a solution to at least to what other things discussed was The Hudson River tunnel festival Hudson River tunnels have spoken to the president about it. Came up again. The salt which was a tax increase for New Yorkers that ended the deductability state and local taxes no state contributes more to the federal government. The New York state We give about fourteen billion dollars more to the federal government than we get back with a number one contributing state the United States of America and then ending called deductability state and local taxes. Means New York now contribute even more? It was totally share. It was totally political. Basically the the democratic states under their tax bill gave more money to the Republican states. And that's using politics to do government policy in a way that I've never seen happen before. Joe You know we can have our own politics. And we can have an honorable disagreement but you key it extort and you can't use government to penalize your political enemies. That's just wrong well. It seems like they're ever mess in Washington over politics and WHO's still be based on that but that's a big mess in federal government as it is and you does need that tunnel and What I said Jerry. Nadler quote me and ask me talk to the president about it. I said Cherry. It's hard because you've criticized him every day and you're looking to hang them every day If and it's right through Jerry's district or is there a way to compromise anything? Well look even on the tunnels we can. We can compromise. The tunnels are very important because the Amtrak trains comes through the tunnels and they. It's not just into New York. That's the whole northeast corridor. John Dick goes through those tunnels. So you're talking about the whole northeast would lease Amtrak. Train service if those tunnels go down and tunnels are in very bad shape Right now part of a very large project called the Gateway Project which is about thirty billion dollar project which is very expensive. I said we could scale it back. And let's focus on the tunnels I because that's the priority but you're right. The larger dynamic is new. York is a democratic state even than northeastern states tend to be democratic. If you take hyper political viewpoint you would say well. Why would I help? New York in Connecticut and Massachusetts New Hampshire Vermont and many of these democratic states primarily. Yeah except we. That is a really counterproductive. Obnoxious frankly point of view. I'm not going to help citizens who are American citizens who happen to live in democratic states and it's also very bad for the country because New York is a big economic engine. The northeast is a big economic. Engine is cutting your nose despite your face. No but I think all New Yorkers old north Houston is understand that Who also are not discussion. Is Trump gonNA considered some kind of compromise? I hope you know. I hope I talked to him about the soul tax the gateway tunnels. I've talked to him about projects. We're building a new Laguardia Airport. Is You know our needs federal approval to do that? The federal government has slowed down that airport construction project. Your point is right when you said the Congressman Nadler. The president feels that he doesn't get political support in New York and therefore he keeps poking New York but the cycle has to stop John. You know it's you don't treat me well so I'm going to treat you poorly. Yeah but that's just a vicious downward spiral you're one hundred percent right Governor Cuomo that cycle has to stop and everybody should sit around around table and make and do what's best for the country and best for the state I've said to the president if you help us with one of these projects which is a federal project and it's it's good for the country. I'll be one hundred percent cooperative. I want what's good for my state? I don't care if you're democratic Republican short poll. Let's work together and get things done. That's what the game is all about any other issues come up. How long was the beating We met for about an hour. It was a you know. We're both from new. York was a candidate. Frank Conversation I think the president really understood the situation and When he said his he get back to me next week. That was a reasonable position. You know it's a it's a complicated issue and you had to talk to his people so we'll see what he says next week. New York state bail reform the. Da's the district attorney's are up in arms. The police departments are up in arms. What's hey you We appear to have some compromise. Everybody believes impel reforms Governor you know there were a lot of things wrong but it did go too far. What say you? Yeah you know John Bail reform. We made a major change. The major chains was de linking cash. Bail meaning what meaning the way. The system works now is a judge. Basically determines bail and sets bail. And it's a dollar amount and if you can pay the bill get out and if you can't pay bail you sit in jail sometimes for one to three years before your cases even heard that's not justice was not supposed to be about money. It was not supposed to be about rich or poor so we're D- linking cash from the bail system which is right and it's long overdue. This is now a major change though to the system. And when you make a major change you have to step back and see how it works. You know any complex system. John you change one piece you then have to see how the rest of the system reacts the Human Body. They put you on a medication. The doctor says well let's see how it goes and let's see what the consequences are so We made a major change. We understand fully that when you make that kind of change you have to see what the consequences are And then you have to go refine what you did. And that's what we're talking about now. We do have to separate the politics. Because everything is super heated politics now separate politics from the shacks tracks the data and then refined the system. It's not one change. And then you're done you make a change you watch you refine you recalibrate and that's what the legislature is is working on now and. I'm working with them. We're talking to where everyone. What's the Continuing change the continuing refinement. And we're having those conversations right now and I believe we do the state budget April one that by the time we get to the budget we will have had a chance to look at the data. Look at the facts and decide what to do intelligently. I don't want to respond to politics. You know we only in January. Two crime in New York City went up seventeen percent and they attributed about the bail reform and they attributed to the city closing down rikers island. Which a lot of people don't WanNa tell so. I guess everybody's looking for common sense. That's right so you're right. The statistics show the crime. Went up in New York City. Now and you're right John They pointed to factors bail. Reform happened but they're also reducing the number of people in jail at rikers island..
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"You word aardvark somebody says aardvark in a sentence you remembered i haven't aardvark you will remember that my daughter was a cyclops you remember that totally dude or my god i gotta write that down that is so good i never thought of it like that listen and do you want to go to white castle what oh you want to break out the hard stuff i i don't know man like what the double track on the wrong conquer malign you know what man that's cool that that's cool that's just not my scene right you hang out you know you do what you need to do i'm going to go i'm going to listen to some allman brothers maybe i'm gonna crash like no judgment totally no judgment just not my thing you know what i'm saying on nip it in in the but your kid it you so get it and this has been our special just version of dude where's my susquehanna river dam bond issue by the way postscript and we did have a little fun at the governor's expense there it was all so i'll just chiding him good naturedly i hope but in my research i actually did come across one piece of sound and i will play it for you and it is real it is not edited and i do not know if he knew what he was saying but i also do not think this piece of sam this kind of tape i don't think it was by accident here let's just listen i think there's a great opportunity in hemp forming hemp can be used for many many products i think it's a budding industry there was no pause or smile in his delivery no laugh note chuckle no acknowledgement maybe someone else put it in his speech and he was just reading it i think though what that proves is our thesis after all that andrew cuomo has no idea what a pun about marijuana actually is an our work is done.
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Thank you mary but you know he's kind of odd that my governor knowing him as i do was so unable to make an actual bonafide marijuana reference yes he's sixty and he's been in politics all his life so maybe he's still of the generation that thinks any association with marijuana could kill a political career but what i did was i delved into the record of his public comments and i found that andrew cuomo is constantly making marijuana references this is basically all the guy talks about it's kind of crazy marijuana references both oblique and overt i'll federal government is working to roll back so much of what we have done yeah they are you really dug the trenches for sewer pipes was it was it just the pipe mr governor you big box of paper that's all the roaches and what if i may ask my first dude what are your favorite strains of herb gray and drag into the old dinosaurs trippy and mellow i do have to say and where do you source your product four hundred and seven acres on jamaica bay i get it that is the stuff right there how much value would you place on your stash a record high of eight hundred million dollars boy if you got them smoke them in my right all we fired up today we are now in fact i think it's kicking in whoa was that stuff that you were saying to me right when you were like just getting out of your head a little bit there are special words that you remember when they said.
"andrew cuomo" Discussed on WTMA
"Andrew cuomo the cuomo organized crime family he is the gouverneur of the state of new york has father was of course the governor of the state of new york andrew cuomo is of course married to the daughter of bobby kennedy because you know they inter breed in the hope of creating the perfect politician or something like that down the line really what they'll probably end up with his prince charles but that's another discussion for another day the gene pool is a complicated place to swim so andrew cuomo cuomo organize and his brother you know is is the mcgilla gorilla of news his brother is freight one in the media and one and that's why he's frago he'd just you know he got a job not in the family business but they gave him a living kind of like sending him to vegas and andrew cuomo the governor the democrat governor went into a black church over the weekend where he said that jews can't dance let's start with this that he's talking about black people having rhythm and how catholics apparently don't have rhythm and i didn't quite figure that one out and then he talks about how jews can't dance all right i started singing leo sayer i think i can dance i know i can dance the he says that jews can't dance and then it turns out that andrew cuomo who was i looked it up just to be sure who was born in new york city new york in nineteen fifty seven he said that he's an immigrant he he said over the.