Andrew Cuomo

Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer joins Pete to talk about the rising cost of Thanksgiving, CNN's Chris Cuomo protecting his brother during the NY Governor's sexual misconduct case and the reasons why Democrats want Congressional representation in the District of Columbia. 

In the first hour of the show, Vince talks about the Supreme Court debate about the future of the legality of abortion and talks about the federal judge blocking Joe Biden's vaccine mandate. In the last segment, he talks about CNN's decision to suspend Chris Cuomo over ethical reasons surrounding his brother's resignation as New York Governor. 

A surprise announcement that comes days after Cuomo said Broadway would not be reopening in two weeks as many New York City businesses and venues are scheduled to welcome people back. He cited the logistics of opening Broadway to full capacity with no lead time as the reason it would remain closed for the next six months.

The buzz of the Sunday morning talk shows was a CNN interview with Washington Post media critic Erik Wemple. The writer called out the network for letting anchor Chris Cuomo conduct glowing, “love-a-thon” interviews with his now-scandal-plagued brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

A bipartisan push for independent investigations into Governor New York Andrew Cuomo conduct is gaining more support throughout the county. Despite growing concerns over sexual harassment allegations and a nursing home scandal, one democratic leader remains silent about his colleague's actions.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Cuomo, deferred comment to Abramowitz.

"I started having second thoughts almost the moment I sat down on the plane, because on the one hand, all of us who are parents have a responsibility to take care of our kids, take care of our family. That's something Texans have been doing across the state," said Cruz,

According to the New York Post, "Cuomo hid nearly 1,900 fatalities in New York City alone — with new figures sending the tally at one Queens facility skyrocketing more than 1,000 percent. Data from the New York Health Department shows that at least 5,400 nursing home residents have been killed by the Coronavirus in New York City as of Saturday (2/13).