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CUOMO on SCANDAL: ‘I Have Thick Skin, I don’t Care What People Say About Me!’

Governor Andrew Cuomo deflected growing criticism of the nursing home controversy of his administration Friday, telling reporters “I have very thick skin, I don’t really care what people say about me.”

I will not allow people to lie to the people of New York… I will not allow sorrow to be aggravated. I would not do that. I have skin that’s really thick. I just don’t care what people think about him.

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“Because I believe I can do good things, I agreed to this nasty business. I’m not going to let New Yorkers do mean and unfair things to you! ‘And he added. “It’s against my oath. Against who I am, that goes! ”

Primetime anchors and guests at CNN and MSNBC totally ignored the worsening nursing home crisis of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Thursday night; amid a bombshell article, he purposely hid federal authorities’ harmful statistics.

According to a New York Post bombshell article, a top Cuomo aide told leading state Democratic lawmakers that the administration had suppressed data on COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny. The exposure sparked convictions and even talk of impeachment in Albany, the capital of the state. Rep. Zeldin Lee, R-N.Y.

A senior assistant to Cuomo admitted during a teleconference with legislators, “We were in a position where we were not sure if what we were going to give the Department of Justice, or what we’re going to give you guys, what we’re beginning to say, was going to be used against us while we weren’t sure if there was going to be an investigation.”

“Nick Langworthy, state GOP chairman, said, “The second most influential person in state government and top aide to Gov. Cuomo confessed on video to the premeditated and systematic breach of state laws and what obviously amounts to federal obstruction of justice. Andrew Cuomo has abused his authority and undermined the confidence put in the governor’s office. Discussions on indictment and impeachment must begin.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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