DENVER—“It was a very powerful moment,” Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said, after Hillary Clinton suspended the roll call and made Barack Obama the nominee by acclamation.
Cuomo said that with Clinton’s speech last night and her remarks today, she had clearly sent the message that unity behind Obama was the party’s priority.
"It had to come from her mouth,” he said. “And it did.”
Also: When asked if he was planning to run for mayor or governor, Cuomo said, “I’m doing what I’m doing.”