‘Skirt and heels’ separates Hochul from Cuomo: GOP boss

New York Republican Party head Nick Langworthy threw in the trash Governor Kathy Hochul on Monday no different than her disgraced predecessor, Andrew Cuomo, with one exception – she wore a “dress and wear high heels”.

Langworthy caused a rift in his speech to the GOP’s nomination conference on Long Island, in which he suggested that increasing public safety concerns could help the party overcome its advantage in fundraising and voter registration. of the Democratic Party in New York.

“Kathy Hochul is Andrew Cuomo 2.0,” Langworthy told those gathered at a ballroom in Garden City.

“Meet the new boss, she looks exactly like the old boss,” he continued. “Except she’s wearing a skirt and heels.”

GOP’s Honcho also accused Hochul of being “complicit” in Cuomo’s sexual harassment of women, employee abuse, and longstanding allegations of favoritism in his speech at the gathering. .

“She deliberately turned a blind eye to the corruption, human abuse, abuse of power and terrible, harmful policies that drove our people to better places,” Langworthy added.

New York Republican incoming President Nick Langworthy on the steps of NYC City Hall.
New York Republican Party head Nick Langworthy said Governor Kathy Hochul is “Andrew Cuomo 2.0,” but with a “skirt and heels.”
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NYS Republican Chairman Nick Langworthy, on the steps of town hall.
Langworthy said Hochul acted as Cuomo’s “cheerleader”.
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Kathy Hochul, Governor of New York State arrives for the New York State Democratic Convention at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel.
Hochul has repeatedly said she was unaware of Cuomo’s sexual harassment, despite Langworthy’s claim that Hochul was “complicit” in the crime.
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“Kathy Hochul has traveled across the state as a cheerleader for the Andrew Cuomo administration and not much has changed. His record is her record.”

Hochul has repeatedly said she was unaware of the former governor’s sexual harassment or employee abuse – and in fact, she was dropped from Cuomo’s inner circle, who twice tried to replace her as his companion.

However, she was criticized by several progressive activists and women’s rights groups for not asking Cuomo to resign before State Attorney General Letitia James released her report, which confirmed or uncovered the accounts of 11 women sexually harassed.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo arrives for his helicopter departure after announcing his resignation/
Cuomo tried to replace Hochul twice as his companion.
CAITLIN OCHS ‘Skirt and heels’ separates Hochul from Cuomo: GOP boss


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