It’s no secret that Governor Andrew Cuomo viewed his dad’s old job as a stepping stone to a presidential campaign. But he’s never had the opportunity to break out into a national contender. And, even while his policies of forcing nursing homes to accept coronavirus patients, killed thousands of grandmas and grandpas, he never stopped promoting himself. Now Cuomo is doing a victory lap, selling posters praising his mismanagement of the virus, and going on tour. Seriously.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo went down to Georgia Monday to advise local officials there on how to curb the coronavirus pandemic — but critics said the trip was nothing more than an ill-conceived public relations stunt given all the deaths that New York suffered.
New York was the hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak in the early spring and more than 25,000 residents have died from the killer bug — more than any other state. And Cuomo has come under heavy criticism for his early edict that may have led to more than 6,000 nursing home deaths.
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