In New York Democrat Governor Debate, Andrew Cuomo Admitted He’s A Liar (VIDEO)

New York governor Andrew Cuomo and progressive challenger Cynthia Nixon had a debate this week and it featured a couple of moments that will leave voters wondering which of them is worse. They both basically admitted to being liars:

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Townhall has the transcript:

Cynthia Nixon Tells Cuomo to ‘Stop Lying’ During Heated Debate

As expected, the New York Democratic primary debate between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Cynthia Nixon on Wednesday was a scorcher. The two battled over everything from health care and public unions, to the state of the New York subway system.

That last topic produced some heated exchanges like this:

“Can you stop interrupting,” Cuomo asked.

“Can you stop lying,” Nixon responded.

“As soon as you do,” Cuomo said.

At one point, Cuomo suggested that Nixon lived in a world of “fiction rather than facts.” While she has a history of advocating on behalf of progressive issues, the governor has enacted real change, he said.

“The government is not about politics, it’s not about advocacy; it’s about doing,” Cuomo said. “It’s about management. This is real life.”

Here’s the video:

This moment was pretty dumb too:

Cuomo is likely to win. He has a 33.5 point lead.

 

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