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Gov. Cuomo Defends Trump Against Media Bias

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

By    |   Wednesday, 25 November 2020 11:39 AM

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is standing up for President Donald Trump against attacks by the media.

Cuomo comments came during a radio interview with WAMC on Monday.

He maintained the press has taken on a “nastier tone” when dealing with Trump and was critical of reporters.

“The way they question President Trump at some of these press conferences is just — I’ve never heard that tone with the president,” Cuomo said.

The governor maintained there should be a certain decorum when dealing with the office of the president.

“There are reporters who just are unprofessional, don’t know the facts, and ask really biased questions,” Cuomo said. “You want to say, ‘Well, I don’t like the president and I disrespect him.’ I know, but it’s still the office of the president.”

Fox News noted that Cuomo had his own testy exchange recently with reporters who were confused about New York City’s school closure plan.

A reporter had said he was “still very confused,” leading to Cuomo’s reply: “Then you’re confused!”

And the governor added: "No, [parents are] not confused. You're confused. Read the law and you won't be confused."

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is standing up for President Donald Trump against attacks by the media. Cuomo comments came during a radio interview with WAMC on Monday. He maintained the press has taken on a "nastier tone" when dealing with Trump and was critical of...
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