Hillary Clinton & Andrew Cuomo

Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton (born October 26, 1947) is the 67th United States Secretary Of State, serving in the administration of President Barack Obama. Andrew Mark Cuomo (born December 6, 1957) is the 56th and current Governor of New York, having assumed office on January 1, 2011. A member of the Democratic Party, he was the 64th New York State Attorney General, and was the 11th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. 5.0/5

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NYC Mayor DeBlasio and NY Gov Andrew Cuomo sound like Hillary Clinton in a Pantsuit !! Shame on them and their Fake Co…
Bill de Blasio, Andrew Cuomo and Hillary Clinton are the Moe, Larry and Curly of the Chelsea bombing.
Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio: This is who supports Hillary Clinton and who she takes advice from.
Gov. Cuomo: ‘I’m proud to say NY is...: Hillary Clinton supporter and Governor of New York, Andrew Cu...
Andrew Cuomo who lives in Hillary Clinton's colon is arguing against raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour overnight on…
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Andrew Cuomo to raise money for Hillary Clinton
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Hillary Clinton is Andrew Cuomo, Sheldon Silver and Dean Skelos wrapped into one.
New Yorkers aren't into the idea of spending New Year’s Eve with Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo or Bill de Blasio
It’s not even 2015 yet and no candidate has declared that he or she is running, but the pollsters are already asking about who you’ll vote for in the November 2016 Presidential election. In this CNN poll, the choices for a Republican are Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Bobby Jindal, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Mike Pence, Rick Perry, Rob Portman, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Rick Santorum, or Scott Walker. The choices for a Democrat are Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Martin O’Malley, Deval Patrick, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren or Jim Webb. How many of these candidates could you envision being a successful President?
Hillary Clinton Boosting Cuomo-Hochul Ticket with Robocalls September 5, 2014 by still4hill If you are a resident of New York State, that incoming promotional phone call might be from Hillary! A TV ad has been running since yesterday naming President Clinton as a supporter of the Andrew Cuomo-Kathleen Hochul ticket. Now Hillary Clinton has recorded a robocall for them. Hillary Clinton does robocall for Gov. Cuomo and Kathleen Hochul BY Ken Lovett New York Daily NEWS Published: Friday, September 5, 2014 Here is the former Secretary Clinton Call Script Below: “Hi, this is Hillary Clinton, and I’m calling to urge you to vote for Andrew Cuomo for Governor and his running mate, Kathy Hochul, for Lieutenant Governor in Tuesday’s Democratic Primary. As a New Yorker, I’d be proud to have Kathy fighting for our state. When she was in Congress, Kathy showed she knows how to find common ground but also stand her ground for what’s right. As our Lieutenant Governor, she’ll never, ever give up on New York . ...
If someone better arrives on the scene a la Barack Obama in 2008, I will vote for them for the Democratic nomination, but until someone better comes along, I'm supporting HIllary Clinton. That's right, I'm all in. That does not preclude my support for someone with more experience and more passion who arrives on the scene, but right now that person is not evident. I love Elizabeth Warren, but she is a political neophyte with absolutely no foreign policy experience and limited legislative experience. Though she is impressive, she needs to stay in the Senate for a while. Bernie Sanders is an independent, and truthfully, that would be killer for him in a White House run. Andrew Cuomo, Kirsten Gillibrand, and others, while attractive do not come close to Hillary's experience. We need someone to be willing and able to fight with a recalcitrant congress, even if they are able to turn it Democratic in 2016. Someone prepared to deal with the rapidly evolving world scene. We need someone with Hillary's unmatchable ...
“Imagine this. Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Elizabeth Warren and multiple lesser Democratic notables travel halfway across the country to kiss the ring of a Palestinian-American billionaire who has shown himself willing to spend tens of millions of dollars subsidizing presidential campaigns. The billionaire has some provocative views. Six months earlier, he suggested that if Israel does not end its nuclear weapons program, America should drop an “atomic weapon…in the middle of the [Negev] desert that doesn’t hurt a soul.” If that doesn’t work, America should drop “the next one…in the middle of” Tel Aviv. The billionaire insists that there is no such thing as the Jewish people. It’s a hoax; the Jews “have fooled the world very successfully.” And he declares that “There isn’t a” Jew “alive who wasn’t raised on a curriculum of hatred and hostility toward the” Palestinians. "Change the words “Democrat” to “Republican,” “Israel” to “Iran” and “Palestinian ...
Rohm Emanuel, Andrew Cuomo, Hillary Clinton & Mark Pryor these are the people that make the Democratic Party lose.
The American Presidential season continues to warm up even though we're more than 2.5 years from Election Day 2016. Given that political horse trading is already upon us, who in your opinion makes a worthy candidate from the two major Parties and for what reason (The Economy, Education, Less-Corrupt Government, the Deficit, War, Healthcare, Women's rights, Drug Prohibition, Secularism/Public Faith, Race Issues, 'Entitlement' spending, International Affairs, Social Welfare generally etc) Democrats: Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Andrew Cuomo, Elizabeth Warren and/or others. Republicans: Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin, Rick Santorum and/or others.
"Hillary Clinton leads with 66% to 11% for Joe Biden, 5% for Elizabeth Warren, 3% each for Cory Booker and Andrew Cuomo" -Polls
The following people all have books coming out in 2014: Hillary Clinton, Glenn Greenwald, Andrew Cuomo, Wendy Davis, and Elizabeth Warren.
Alec Baldwin conducted a superb interview with New York Times political columnist Michael Powell on Up Late on MSNBC, discussing Chris Christie, Hillary Clinton and Andrew Cuomo. I've touted Alec to Les Moonves and to Pat Fili as a lead anchor, and seeing the intellect and knowledge behind his questions and follow-ups and the pleasant surprise of the likes of Powell to be asked a sophisticated, challenging question is delightful for me. Alec kills reading prompter and of course he's Alec Baldwin. Next Friday Alec reunites the two stars of Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Ok i have got to rant, had an ignorant Bubba pilot on my crew who has me seriously thinking about how much longer i can live in a red state. Made me think of the differences and how much i miss the northeast. I am ticked off at the Neanderthal attitudes and politics, so should i leave?? I want to take ny, nj ct and form our own country, and we would take all the other blue states.. I believe the split will be beneficial to the entire nation and especially to the people of our new country called The Enlightened States of America, (ESA). To sum it up briefly you red states get texas, Oklahoma and Tenessee and the rest of the slave states. We get stem cell research, the best beaches and we'll take all of the creative *** people you dont want anyway. we get Barack, Michelle Bill and Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Elizabeth Warren, and Diane Finstein. You get Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry and Michele Bachman. we get the statue of liberty. You get Opryland. We get apple, intel Microsoft, you get Worlcom, Koch ...
Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom talks to Larry King about the current crop of 2016 presidential candidates, including Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Marco Rubio, and Jeb Bush.
Andrew Cuomo and Hillary Clinton at Memorial Day Parade in Westchester County: h/t
Quinnipiac poll, 2016 Democratic presidential nomination: Hillary Clinton with 65%, followed by Joe Biden at 13% and Andrew Cuomo at 4%.
The new numbers are from Quinnipiac University, which asked about nine hypothetical head-to-head matchups among one of three Democrats (Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Andrew Cuomo) and one of three Republicans (Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan). As always with this type of polling, name recogniti...
Marco Rubio: The GOP’s Obama? By Victor Thorn Elections come and go, but Washington’s real elite consist of the banking cartel, influential lobbying firms such as AIPAC and the military-industrial complex. Establishment Republicans like Sens. John Mccain (R-Ariz.), Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), Mitch Mcconnell (R-Ky.) and Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) simply do their bidding. But what makes these men so treacherous is that, despite contrived battles, they work hand-in-hand with Democrat establishment leaders such as Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), *** Durbin (D-Ill.) and Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). And regardless of whether the GOP or Democrats attain a majority, their focus never wavers: Increase the federal government’s scope and breadth. Tragically for Americans, six of the top candidates being bandied about for the 2016 presidential election are establishment top dogs. On the Democrat side, there are Hillary Clinton, Rahm Emanuel and Andrew Cuomo, the son of former N.Y. Gov. Mario Cuo ...
New Jersey voters would pick Chris Christie over Andrew Cuomo for president in 2016, but they’d narrowly prefer Hillary Clinton to their own governor.
Someone's getting ready to run for president. The primaries (Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley, Andrew Cuomo, and Antonio Villaraigosa for the dems and Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal, Nikki Haley, Jeb Bush, Paul Ryan, and Chris Christie on the reps) are gonna be a lot of fun in 2015
Great Job testifying infront of congressional committe today, Hillary Clinton ! Intelligent well informed looks rested and even looked pretty good ! Hillary for POTUS in 2016 ! Screw Andrew Cuomo and any of the ridiculous possible repug candidates, although ( worse case scenario) Im warming up to Chris Christie (see William Howard Taft BIG MEN, being polite !) with Bubba Bill capaigning with her she should win in a landslide if she runs.
Rand Paul demonstrated stellar courage and presidential leadership when questioning Hillary Clinton this morning. I would ride a skateboard campaigning door to door for 18 months if he is the next presidential nominee. Gary M. Miller are you with me?
The day after the inauguration, the Democratic Party can say that its bench is deep and getting deeper: Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, and, all joking aside, Joe Biden. The Republicans on the other hand have pretty faces and empty heads: Paul Ryan, whose vice presidential acceptance speech was fact-checked to be almost 100 percent untrue or exaggerated (same fact checker, same methods: Sarah Palin's 2008 veep speech was 100 percent true); and Marco Rubio, who knows better, says he thinks evolution is untrue and there is no way of knowing the geological age of the Earth. They both bow to the lunatic fringe of their party.
Fortune's 2012 40 under 40 35th place Binta Niambi Brown, 38, Partner Kirkland & Ellis When Binta Brown talks, politicians listen. It doesn't hurt that the Kirkland & Ellis partner is also one of the country's top black fundraisers. The New York Philharmonic and Barnard College, where she is currently the youngest trustee, have both benefited from her skills, as have New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Hillary Clinton when Clinton was senator. Stress reliever: Rocking out on her electric bass.
Poll: New Yorkers want Hillary Clinton, not Andrew Cuomo to run for president
“Hillary Clinton is more popular than ever, and 57 %of Americans would back her in 2016: I would!
I'm grateful is my prez, Andrew Cuomo my gov., and Hillary Clinton represents me abroad!!
So, my preferred 2016. Dem nominees for PotUS go in this order: Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Mark Warner, Martin O'Malley & Andrew Cuomo.
Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Bobby Jindal, Bob Mcdonnell, John Thune, Jon Huntsman, Scott Walker, Rob Portman, Nikki Haley, Susana Martinez, and Kelly Ayote (among about 23 others I could name), are all attractive potential GOP presidential candidates in 2016. Who does the other side have? Hillary Clinton and Andrew Cuomo are all that come to mind.
Below are some very important things that we can expect to happen in Obama's second term: 1) An end to the Afghan War by the end of 2014. I wish it happened right now though, because American soldiers are still in harm's way and it is so expensive. 2) Obamacare being fully implemented in 2014 and insuring up to 30 million uninsured people. 3) Possible Supreme Court justices appointed, who are more liberal to moderate. That would really help a lot. 4) Immigration legislation given top priority 5) Climate change legislation given top priority. 6) An additional 12 million new jobs created. You will remember that Romney talked about this in his speeches. Economists said it would happen regardless of who the president was. 7) Continuing decline of imported oil by the U.S., which would mean we are more energy independent. By 2016, when Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren or Andrew Cuomo run for the Democratic nomination, I expect our country will be doing a lot better than it is currently doing.
Awesome 2016 scenario: Democratic Primary between Hillary Clinton, Michael Bloomberg, and Andrew Cuomo. Think about it.
The use of the phrase in modern American politics has generated controversy at times. In 2008, then New York attorney general Andrew Cuomo said of then Democratic Party candidate Barack Obama (who was running against Hillary Clinton, the candidate Cuomo supported): "You can't shuck and jive at a press conference." Cuomo received criticism from some for his use of the phrase, with Roland Martin of CNN stating that "“Shucking and jiving” have long been words used as a negative assessment of African Americans, along the lines of a “foot shufflin’ *** ”" [6] Others believed that the phrase was being used against Cuomo for political gain [7] Similarly, on October 25, 2012, former Republican Party Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin generated controversy when she stated "President Obama's shuck and jive shtick with these Benghazi lies must end". [8] However, the term has also been used by democrats in contexts not directed at African-Americans, such as when Obama's White House Press Secretary Ja . ...
Rumor Has it, Word on the Street, is Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, and Senator Kristen Gillibrand all lining up for 2016 from New York. Sen Stabenow isn't Running. Sen. Levin is Retiring. Who will Caroline Kennedy be Supporting from New England to take Obama's Place ? Hmmm.Just Keeps Getting Better Secret Princess.
Bill Donohue comments on today’s editorial in the New York Times taking a New York City Catholic priest to task: the Following comments are his.(But I agree with Mr. Donohue) A priest puts a letter written by six former U.S. ambassadors to the Vatican in a church bulletin supporting Romney and the alarms go off. But it was not the parishioners who sounded the alarm: it was a coalition of George Soros-funded groups and the New York Times. The Soros-funded groups (they are behind a petition drive) are Catholics United, Faith in Public Life, and Faithful America. Here are a few local examples of real church and state violations that the Times showed no interest in addressing: In 2000, Al Gore was endorsed by Rev. Floyd Flake in his church In 2000, Rick Lazio and Hillary Clinton campaigned in synagogues in the Hamptons In 2000, the Black Ministers Council of NJ endorsed John Corzine In 2010, Rev. Clinton M. Miller asked his Baptist congregation to vote for Andrew Cuomo for governor (this was reported in the ...
New York voters like the job Gov. Andrew Cuomo is doing in Albany, but a majority think Hillary Clinton would make a better president than he, according to a new Quinnipiac poll out Wednesday. Cuomo has a sky-high 73 percent approval rating, and only 16 percent of those surveyed disapprove of his te...
Here's what we had to say about not this presidential race, but 2016. Will it be Andrew Cuomo? Will it be Hillary Clinton. Hope you can join us on RNN-TV at 6:00 pm tonight.
FINALLY! Yesterday I got my Ct scan and bone scan results back. NO BONE TUMORS! They did notice a cyst on my liver (not concerned) and a cyst on my one of my adrenal glands (slightly concerned, although not for cancer). While I do have metastasis, as evidenced by a rising PSA (doubling about every 13 months), there is no evidence yet of tumor involvement, There is thought that many times prostate cancer will settle in bone marrow and remain silent for several years. Well, I wasn't ready to start getting my affairs in order. I want to be around for President Obama's re-election, the election of one of Hillary Clinton, Kirsten Gillibrand or Andrew Cuomo in 2016 and I WANT TO SEE THE METS WIN THE WORLD SERIES! However, I cannot promise I will be around when my grandson, Cory, becomes president.oh well!
2012 predictions: Obama defeats Romney, Democrats take back the House, Democrats keep majority in the Senate but Republicans keep enough seats to fillibuster... 2014 prediction: Democrats keep House and get the 60% senate seats to stop fillibuster 2015 primary predictions: Republicans-Jon Huntsman (former 2 term Governor of Utah and former 2 year Ambassador to China), Jeb Bush (former 2 term Governor of Florida, son to George Bush Sr and younger brother to George W. Bush), Chris Christie (current 1st term Governor of New Jersey), Mitch Daniels (current 2nd term Governor of Indiana) and Tim Pawlenty (former 5 term House Rep and 2 term Governor of Minnesota)...Democrats-Hillary Clinton (former First Lady, 2 term Senator of New York and currently 3rd year of being Secretary Of State in President Obama's cabinet), Andrew Cuomo (current first term Governor of New York), Elizabeth Warren (twice named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by Time magazine, served as chair of the Congressional Overs ...
Hillary Clinton would crush Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a presidential race - NY Daily News
“Welcome to my announcement to run for president of Malta,” Hillary Clinton joked Wednesday night as she took the stage at Lincoln Center, where she was one of 100 luminaries honored by Time magazine. Surveying the crowd, the globe-trotting Secretary Of State added: “I was delighted to see our wonde...
While many voters haven t even begun to focus on November s presidential election yet, some pundits already are speculating that Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will face off for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016.
Hillary Clinton is going to Lincoln Center tonight, and Andrew Cuomo isn't
Joe Biden is the favorite in 2016 in a Democratic field without Hillary Clinton with Andrew Cuomo in second place. Not a surprise there.
Andrew Cuomo and Hillary Clinton are on the list. No mention of 2016.
For political junkies, Obama has to win reelection and set up an open seat for 2016. You'd have potentially Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren (if she wins this year), Andrew Cuomo and Joe Biden on one side and then Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, Scott Brown (if he wins this year), Jeb Bush and Bobby Jindal on the other. Would be awesome and the complete opposite of this cycle. ie: Entertaining.
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