New York Governor Is Going After Trump In The Best Way Possible, AMAZING!


It has been said that you can’t fire with fire, but perhaps politics is the only place where this doesn’t apply.

For example, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who typically tries to avoid Washington, D.C. at all costs, may be running in 2020 to remove the tyrant Trump from office.

When Cuomo appeared at the National Governors Association’s winter meeting, people started speculating that the governor had the intention of running for president in 2020.

Moreover, at a dinner with other governors, Cuomo told the attendees:

“We need to win back the middle-class while pushing progressive values.”

However, Como stated that a 2020 presidential run isn’t something he’s considering. But actions speak louder than words. Although, given the nature of the Trump administration, the Governor may just have felt the need to speak out against the oppressive tyrant.

Furthermore, before the meeting, Como urged congressional Democrats to “stand up” and “fight” to protect the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

At on rally Como stated:

‘We say that healthcare is a human right and it doesn’t depend on whether you’re rich or whether you’re poor or where you live. This is one place, one society, one family. To be smart you provide healthcare for all.’

Nonetheless, Sen. Kirsen Gillibrand (D-NY.) stated that Cuomo would be a “great candidate” for 2020 after saying he’s “done great things in our state. Gillibrand went on to state that she loved the fact that he’s focused on paid leave and marriage equality, so he’s a terrific governor.”

What do you think? Is he our next President?

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