Cuomo’s Republican opponent has slammed his comment that “America was never that great”. The Free Beacon reports:
Marc Molinaro, the Republican nominee for governor of New York, called on Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D., N.Y.) to apologize after declaring America “was never that great.”
Molinaro, who hopes to unseat Cuomo this November to become New York’s first Republican chief executive since 2006, issued a scathing rebuke of the incumbent on Wednesday, only hours after the governor’s attempt to take a swipe at President Donald Trump stupendously backfired.
The Republican asserted Cuomo was striving to nationalize the gubernatorial race this year in order to distract New Yorkers from the “failed policies” and corruption scandals that have hobbled his administration in recent years.
“America, with its imperfections, has always been great. Our people, our principles, and our promises have been a beacon of light to the world for 242 years and counting,” Molinaro said. “This governor is so determined to distract voters from his failed policies and corrupted administration that he’s willing to dismiss the steady, determined march of the American people, making and remaking the greatness of America.”
This is yet another revelation about what liberals truly think about America.