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ICYMI: Cuomo's Daughter Quickly Deletes Tweet Showing Che Guevara Photo In Living Room

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To Democrats, a freedom-loving patriot like Donald Trump is to be looked down upon because he puts Americans first. And yet, they have no problem honoring – literally, honoring – racist, murderous tyrants.

For anybody to have a framed picture of Che Guevara in their living room speaks volumes.

But it’s even worse when you’re the daughter of the governor of New York.

Check out the tweet that was quickly deleted by Mariah Kennedy Cuomo (click on photos for a better look)…

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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio praised Che after a presidential debate in 2019.

From Miami New Times:

New York politics and Miami politics are not the same. This may seem like an obvious statement. But at a rally today for striking workers at Miami International Airport, New York City mayor and 2020 presidential candidate Bill de Blasio broke the most obvious rule of Miami politicking: Don’t quote Che Guevara.

Hasta la victoria siempre!” de Blasio shouted, according to video taken by a CBS Miami reporter. That phrase, which translates to “Until victory, always!” may sound nice, but unfortunately it’s well known because Guevara was famous for using it during the 1959 Cuban Revolution:

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Because he’s in the spotlight 24/7 right now, considering New York is the coronavirus epicenter of the United States, people are beginning to believe that Cuomo is a good leader.

Could he wind up being the Democrat nominee?

From Daily Caller:

Fox News host Tucker Carlson predicted that former Vice President Joe Biden “will not be the Democratic nominee” that ends up facing President Donald Trump in November.

After a slow start in the early primaries, Biden won South Carolina overwhelmingly in late February, rolled to victory on Super Tuesday, and has been unstoppable ever since. However, he still doesn’t hasn’t officially sealed the Democratic nomination, although reaching the 1,991 electoral votes required seems like a formality at this point.

Carlson said, “If I had to bet I would think Andrew Cuomo would be the most likely to replace Biden.”

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John Salvatore has been a Writer and Editor of multiple political blogs since early 2015. He earned his Master’s degree in Public Administration upon completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. A diehard Los Angeles Dodgers fan, John can be reached at [email protected]