It’s no wonder that we’ve been seeing a lot less of Andrew Cuomo lately: his campaign has wisely made the decision simply to stay out of the way as the public is treated to daily installments of Pirro v. Pirro.
Yesterday, after a week-long hiatus, Cuomo emerged at a League of Conservation Voters luncheon, where Jeanine Pirro happened to be. (Wendy Katz noted that the media gaggle that day — there, presumably, to gawk at Pirro — was “slightly bigger” than the one at which Cuomo receieved Eliot Spitzer’s endorsement on the steps of City Hall.)
Today, though, he’s back to a full slate of “non-public campaigning.”
— Azi Paybarah