Elections

Andrew Cuomo Reportedly Booked Over 200 Hotel Rooms In D.C. For Hillary’s Inauguration

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent

Andrew Cuomo reportedly booked hundreds of hotel rooms in D.C. for a Hillary Clinton inauguration that isn’t happening.

(Photo: Michael Nagle/Getty Images)

(Photo: Michael Nagle/Getty Images)

According to Page Six, the governor of New York was so eager to celebrate his close friend’s win that he booked 200 rooms for his “family, friends and supporters of his possible future bid for the presidency” at the Loews Madison hotel in downtown D.C.

“A little overconfident,” one Republican snickered to Page Six.

(Photo: Bryan Thomas/Getty Images)

(Photo: Bryan Thomas/Getty Images)

In the end, Cuomo was forced to call Ed Cox, the chairman of New York’s Republican Party, and offer him the rooms.

“The best part is Cuomo booked so early, he locked in a really low rate,” the insider told Page Six. “Rooms in DC are a hot commodity right now.”