In knocking Trump, NY Governor Cuomo criticized for saying America ‘was never that great’

In knocking Trump, NY Governor Cuomo criticized for saying America ‘was never that great’. By Joseph Spector.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave an impassioned speech Wednesday by knocking President Donald Trump over his comments and policies toward women.

Then Cuomo was stung by his own comments as he derided Trump when he said, “We’re not going to make America great again. It was never that great.”

Republican gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro said … “America, with its imperfections, has always been great,” … and, “Our people, our principles, and our promises have been a beacon light to the world for 242 years and counting.”

For Cuomo, the comment was part of his larger contention that Trump’s slogan, “Make America Great Again,” is aimed at moving the nation backward, not forward, when it comes to equal rights for all.

The vision of the Democrats for 2020 is “America was always awful”?

Lion:

Of course this is what liberals and SJWs believe, America was an evil country that discriminated against transvestites, but until now major politicians have been smart enough never to say stuff like that.