Cuomo reverses personal plans for Thanksgiving with the family

Governor of New York Andrew CuomoAndrew CuomoCuomo calls the sheriff, who is not carrying out a masked assignment, a New York “dictator” to reopen the field hospital as the White House largely listens to Thanksgiving health precautions due to COVID-19 cases (D) the spokesman says he changes his family’s plans for Thanksgiving after receiving a withdrawal.

During a WAMC radio interview Monday, Cuomo said he was planning a Thanksgiving dinner with his daughters and mother, 89-year-old Matilda Cuomo, The New York Times wrote.

“My mother and two daughters will come up,” Cuomo said. – Plans are changing. But this is my plan.

Conversely, the governor’s plans were reversed shortly after his message went public.

Social media users have criticized the Cuomo for seemingly refuting the same advice it has given to New Yorkers in recent days, urging residents to avoid holiday travel and gather in groups of more than 10 people at traditional celebrations to curb COVID. -19 spread.

“There is no limit to his arrogance and hypocrisy,” the Republican New York Rep. Elise StefanikElise Marie Stefanik Women from both parties need to seize the momentum. A louder voice for women everywhere Democrats lead the new Congress in diversity, despite more GOP tweeted. – Do as I say, not as I do.

The New York governor was a loud legislature at the forefront of the COVID-19 epidemic.

He was praised for his work on daily public health speeches and received the “International Emmy Founders Award” for his more than 100 television briefings.

At the same time, his selection for the award has made a mockery of his institutional praise for many, despite the state causing more than 33,000 COVID-19 deaths and treating the state’s assisted population in a way previously disputed in the pandemic.

Cuomo posted a Monday night tweet clarifying that he had changed his decision to have dinner with his daughter and said, “She’s not in a state and it’s safer not to travel.”

A spokesman for the governor’s office told the Times that Cuomo’s statement about WAMC was a well-intentioned fib he discovered with a quote from his “change of plan”.

“Given the current circumstances at COVID, you have to work on Thanksgiving and won’t see them,” said Richard Azzopardi, the governor’s senior adviser.

Azzopardi added, “Don’t tell your mother – you don’t know yet.”