New York Times Albany Bureau Chief Jesse McKinley was on the air with the "Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning" show to talk about Gov. Cuomo's latest remarks about New Yorkers gathering in large crowds at bars and restaurants around the city.
"Politically speaking Gov. Cuomo has made a great deal of noise about how well New York has done so I think it would be unlikely to do a full rollback not only because of the economic problems but also the political problems because that would be a step in the wrong direction for him and for De Blasio," said McKinley when asked by Michael if he would entertain the idea of closing restaurants and bars.
Gov. Cuomo also took a trip down to Georgia to impart his wisdom there and Len wanted to know how he was received.
"He seemed to be received respectfully and I think that this was an attempt to prove that New Yorkers are generous and they give back as well as they got," said McKinley.
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