The Executive Mansion in Albany, New York, has been home to, among others, Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt and, for the past nine years, Andrew Cuomo.
“Do you know, it’s a lovely home, but it’s not homey. Where’s the homey part?” asked “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley.
“There is no homey part,” said Governor Cuomo. “We live more on the second floor. It is a little more casual.”
And familiar. His father, Mario Cuomo, who died in 2015, was. “I can see him sitting right in that corner watching a ballgame, with the telephone,” said Andrew. “And he was never more than ten feet away from the telephone.”
Today, Cuomo is having his moment, despite New York being the global epicenter of