New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo took a triumph lap on Saturday after Joe Biden was named president-elect, hailing it as a “noteworthy day” after what he called four years of “darkness, division and hate.”
“A notable day. After the darkness, division and hate of the previous four years, America has spoken and dismissed business as usual,” Cuomo composed on Twitter after the Associated Press called the race for Biden following a days-in length, nail-gnawing check.
“Congrats to my old buddy President-Elect JoeBiden. Today we go ahead in trust and progress,” Cuomo continued, offering a photograph of him to Biden.
Ongoing reports have conjectured that Cuomo is being peered toward to join Biden’s bureau as lawyer general, the country’s top policeman, yet the lead representative’s office immediately made light of the recommendation.
Cuomo butted heads with President Trump all through his whole four years in the White House, most devastatingly during the ongoing Covid emergency where the two strutting Big Apple characters exchanged blows during their day by day public interviews.
In September, the Democratic two-term lead representative even proposed that Trump “better have a military” in the event that he needed to stroll in the city of New York.
Then, Trump tore Cuomo for his handling of the deadly nursing home emergency and for neglecting to completely incline toward the Navy medical clinic boat and impermanent field medical clinic the feds set up in the Big Apple at the pinnacle of the emergency.
Biden, 77, and Cuomo, 62, have a nearby compatibility spreading over many years.