New York Governor Cuomo tells Giuliani coronavirus modeling '100 percent wrong'
The exchange between the longtime New York pols was all 'mister' and 'thank you'
The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook
New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been the stoic face of the state’s battle against the deadly coronavirus, but he recently acknowledged that his efforts to save residents’ lives and keep the regional economy afloat have been hampered by “100 percent wrong” projections.
“All of the projections, by the way, and the statisticians have been 100 percent wrong at this point,” Cuomo on Thursday told former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on his radio show.
The roughly 9-minute interview on WABC-AM was all pleasantries between the longtime New York pols, as the state, now the epicenter of the virus, appears to be near the height of infection cases and related deaths.
“Thank you for asking about Chris, Mr. Mayor,” said Cuomo, who now gives daily TV briefings, when Giuliani inquired about his brother, Chris Cuomo, the CNN anchor recovering from the virus.
Giuliani started the interview by telling his audience that his guest is Gov. Cuomo “who, I think, is known to every American as a person who has supplied great, great leadership for his state and for his country.”
Giuliani also added: “You’re doing a great job.”
News, Not Noise
- Black conservative documentary 'Uncle Tom' reaping raves on major film sites — and profits
- Lawmakers returning from John Lewis funeral exempt from D.C. quarantine order
- Kodak a first step: Trump White House plans new ways to break Chinese supply chain dominance
- Tennessee lawmaker allegedly embezzled tax dollars for two years after feds alerted
- Tech hub Obama, Biden and Clinton helped Russia build set off U.S. intelligence alarms