Cuomo to virtually meet with Biden, Harris on Thursday as part of National Governors Association

Joe Biden and Andrew Cuomo
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NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo will virtually meet with President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, as well as other members of the National Governors Association's executive committee, on Thursday in Wilmington, Delaware.

Cuomo initially made the announcement during an interview with WAMC Northeast Public Radio on Wednesday afternoon. The Biden-Harris Transition team later confirmed it.


Cuomo has been a vocal supporter of Biden and Harris, and blasted President Trump for saying during a Fox Business interview that Harris behaved like a "monster" at the vice presidential debate.

"He calls the first African- American, Asian female to run for vice-president a 'monster.' Disgusting," Cuomo said during a coronavirus task force briefing last month. "The vice-president has always tried to set himself up as a gentleman, a professional and above pettiness and ugliness. You’d think the vice-president would say, ‘I want to set a different tone…that’s not my style.'”