President Donald Trump once again railed against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo during his speech in Ohio on Friday night. He criticized Cuomo for saying that America was never really great earlier this month
“He recently stated the new slogan was ‘America was never great’. Now he was so angry at me. He truly hates me. He used to like me. Then I decided to run for office and he doesn’t like me too much,” Trump began. (RELATED: Cuomo Tries A Do-Over After Saying America Was ‘Never That Great’)
“But Cuomo came out with that by mistake. He was so angered because make America great again. And he just said, ‘America’s never going to be great again.’ And that was it. He walks off and everyone was like, ‘What?’ And he was talking to socialists and they were going, ‘whoa! Whoa!’ Did anybody hear the end of that where the crowd was going ‘whoa!'” he continued.
“We’re not gonna ‘Make America Great Again.’ It was never that great,” Cuomo originally said in a livestream, referring to President Donald Trump’s “MAGA” slogan, earlier this month.
Trump added, “Somehow with that quote – instead of ‘Make America Great Again’ he’ll say – how would that look on a hat? ‘America Was Never Great!'”
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