This Republican Is Ready To Fill Andrew Cuomo’s Empty Seat

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Andrew Cuomo’s days as governor of New York are numbered. Representative Lee Zeldin can see the end coming and he is eyeing the position. He says it’s time New Yorkers have a Republican lawmaker in office.

“I do believe that there’s a commonality among New Yorkers regardless of whether you’re Republican, Democrat, independent, that they believe that Andrew Cuomo’s been there too long; it’s time to go,” Zeldin told Newsmax host Sean Spicer.

“There’s a desire to save our state. People are upset with the attacks on our freedoms, our wallets, and our safety,” he added.

“The time may be right,” Zeldin continued. “The fact is that you have one-party rule in New York City, in Albany, and in Washington, D.C. ā€” 2022 is going to be a good year for Republicans.

“And certainly Andrew Cuomo ā€” this is the expiration date of his governorship. The reservoir of goodwill is empty, his house of cards of support is collapsing,ā€ he said.

“Rational people would say between the nursing home directive, the allegations that have come out on bullying, harassment, the abuse, the intimidation, that he would heed the calls and go,” Zeldin added. “Or maybe he’d be impeached, maybe be indicted, there’s a lot that can develop.”

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