More too-soon Andrew Cuomo book titles

Governor Cuomo with coronavirus mountain, which he appears to believe he has conquered.
Governor Cuomo with coronavirus mountain, which he appears to believe he has conquered.
Kevin P. Coughlin/Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor Cuomo with coronavirus mountain, which he appears to believe he has conquered.

More too-soon Andrew Cuomo book titles

Maybe he’ll declare victory over world hunger next.
August 26, 2020

It was announced last week that Gov. Andrew Cuomo will soon be releasing a book chronicling what he learned during the COVID-19 pandemic. You know, the one we’re still in.

Cuomo’s book, “American Crisis,” garnered some heat from lawmakers and journalists for being preemptive and self-congratulatory, since the virus is still plaguing the nation, and public health experts have consistently warned of an imminent second wave.

The governor defended himself on Wednesday, saying that his book is in no way meant to indicate the end of the coronavirus crisis. “The book is not the history of COVID – that totally misses the point,” Cuomo said at a press briefing. “We are very much in the midst of it. We have learned much. We have more to learn. We have done some things right, we have done some things wrong.”

Despite the criticism, we here at City & State appreciate Cuomo’s ability to think ahead. Here are a few more book titles for the governor to consider whenever he feels like taking his next victory lap for a problem he hasn’t solved. 

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I ended corruption in New York - and so can you!
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I ended corruption in New York - and so can you!
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Aaron Aniton/City & State

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Food for Thought
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Food for Thought
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Aaron Aniton/City & State

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Zen and the Art of Economy Maitenance
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Zen and the Art of Economy Maitenance
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Aaron Aniton/City & State

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Remember Climate Change?
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Remember Climate Change?
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Aaron Aniton/City & State

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Bed Bug Crisis
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Bed Bug Crisis
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Aaron Aniton/City & State

Bonus:

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Poems for Press Conferences and Tricky Situations
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Poems for Press Conferences and Tricky Situations
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Poems for Press Conferences and Tricky Situations
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Poems for Press Conferences and Tricky Situations
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Poems for Press Conferences and Tricky Situations
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Aaron Aniton/City & State

Amanda Luz Henning Santiago
Amanda Luz Henning Santiago
is City & State's web reporter and social media editor.
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