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'Crooked and incompetent!': Trump lays into 'horrible governor' Cuomo

by Dewayne Hogben (2020-08-26)


Donald Trump continued his online tirade against New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday, blasting him as ‘crooked' and ‘incompetent'. 

The President tweeted and retweeted a number of disparaging sentiments about Cuomo across Monday evening, in response to the governor calling his administration's COVID-19 response ‘dysfunctional and incompetent' during night one of the Democratic National Convention.

Trump pressed on with his admonishment of Cuomo Tuesday morning, calling him ‘A horrible Governor.'

‘Crime is taking over NYC & State, everyone is leaving,' the president wrote in a tweet.

‘He is after the NRA - They should move to Texas or elsewhere, and must get tough. Cuomo killed 11,000 people in nursing homes alone. Crooked & Incompetent!'

Cuomo hit back at the president for the claims shortly after, in which he listed two bullet points for Trump to follow, titled ‘Advice to the President'.

In his first suggestion, Cuomo wrote: ‘When you are in a hole stop digging.

The virus is real and spreading. Do your job on COVID.'

As a second pointer, he advised Trump to 'Stop lying. You can't play Americans for fools. The truth is defeating you.' 

Donald Trump continued his online tirade against New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo (left) on Tuesday, blasting him as ‘crooked' and ‘incompetent'

Cuomo hit back at the president for the claims shortly after Tuesday morning, in which he listed two bullet points for Trump to follow, titled ‘Advice to the President'

The president's comments regarding the number of New Yorkers killed by coronavirus in nursing homes stems from an AP investigation released this week that suggests the current toll of just over 6,600 could be being under reported.

The figure of 11,000 was offered by AP as a possible total sum, using data provided by 43 US states on nursing homes that found, on average, that residents' deaths made up for 44 percent of total COVID-19 deaths in their state.

New York, the original epicenter of the US outbreak, has more than double the amount of COVID-19 fatalities — over 32,000 — than any other state, despite having fewer confirmed cases than three.

The governor's decision to send 6,300 infected people to nursing homes during the pandemic is credited in part for the higher death rate in New York. 

The article included in Trump's Tuesday tweet criticized Cuomo for releasing a poster during a July press conference that 'celebrated his response to the COVID-19', without mentioning nursing homes

The latest feud between the pair was ignited Monday when Cuomo attacked Donald Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and was followed by a young woman who launched a passionate attack on the president, blaming him for her father's death from COVID.

'My dad was a healthy 65-year-old.

His only pre-existing condition was trusting Donald Trump and for that he paid with his life,' Kristin Urquiza said during her speech. 

The viral moment, and Cuomo's five-minute speech which included a lengthy attack on Trump, including calling the COVID infections in New York 'the European virus' in direct mockery of Trump calling it 'the China virus,' was the centerpiece of the Democrats' pitch on coronavirus.

The president immediately responded with fury, retweeting a series of conservative commentators and highlighting the Associated Press investigation into New York nursing homes.

'Now AP estimates that the real Cuomo number of people killed because of his total incompetence is 11,000, not the 6000 that was originally thought!' Trump tweeted Monday night.

He also took aim at Cuomo for not having a 'good memory' with a link to a video of the governor thanking Trump during the height of the crisis - and including a drive-by reference to 'Fredo,' his nickname for Andrew Cuomo's younger governor Chris, the CNN primetime host.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo attacked President Donald Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic during his speech at the Democratic National Convention

The tweet by the president retweeted one posted by The Trump War Room, a Twitter account managed by the president's campaign which included a video of Governor Cuomo praising President Trump and the federal government's response to the virus in New York State. 

'What the Federal Government did, working with states was a phenomenal accomplishment,' Cuomo can be heard saying during a press conference from April 19th.

'There were just extraordinary efforts and acts of mobilization and the federal government stepped up. We needed help and they were there.'

In another portion of the video, in a clip from March 17th, Cuomo can once again be heard singing the president's praises. 

'His team have been on it.
I know a team when they're not on it. His team is on it. They've been responsive, late at night, early in the morning...'

The video continues with a third clip of the Governor praising Trump for his assistance during the pandemic, this time from April 6th. 

'Have we lost anyone because we didn't have a bed, or we didn't have a ventilator, or we didn't have healthcare staff?

No.'  

The Trump War Room pointed out the positive statements in a tweet shared by the president.

'Democrat Andrew Cuomo praised the Trump Administration's coronavirus response as 'extraordinary efforts and acts of mobilization,' and called it a 'tremendous accomplishment,'' it read.