My handful of psychology courses freshman year of college don’t equip me to fully analyze what Al Sharpton is doing with respect to Andrew Cuomo’s possible gubernatorial candidacy.
When reporters asked Sharpton about Cuomo, Sharpton seemed to tease us with a possible barrage of quotable lines.
“Let’s let him announce, and then I’ll have a lot to say,” said Sharpton. “Why shoot before he’s in the ring? He’s not in the ring.”
Sharpton said he’s talked with Cuomo, but not about running for governor.
“Oh, he’s called me, but he hasn’t told me he’s running. He was at the House of Justice for King Day. He spoke. We’ve talked about everything but him running.”
“He came up, sat in my office, never told me he was running,” said Sharpton.
But then, Sharpton said he hasn’t ruled out the possibility of endorsing Cuomo.
“I’d be open to entertain, if in fact Andrew runs. But at this point I’m supporting the governor.”