Governor Andrew Cuomo Pushes For Unified State Response To Coronavirus | MSNBC

Governor Andrew Cuomo Pushes For Unified State Response To Coronavirus | MSNBC 1


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo talks with Rachel Maddow about why responses to the spread of the novel coronavirus that involve restricting people's movement, like shelter-in-place orders, are less effective if they cannot be applied across a wide area and across state lines. Aired on 03/17/2020.
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Governor Andrew Cuomo Pushes For Unified State Response To Coronavirus | MSNBC

50 Comments on "Governor Andrew Cuomo Pushes For Unified State Response To Coronavirus | MSNBC"

  1. Pence on TV: First and foremost important let me pat, kiss and hug our president, next we’re going to bail out our wealthy buddies…☹️

  2. Not always a fan of Governor Cuomo’s decisions. However, THIS IS WHAT A LEADER LOOKS LIKE. HE IS A BOSS. This kind of transparency, emotional connection with others, and sincerity is striking and conveys a CLEAR message. What a juxtaposition to the MAJOR FAILING of a president who thought that he would, first, try to make a deal with a German lab to get a patent on a vaccine, and, when that failed and the virus trajectory was looming in our direction, he refused to acknowledge it’s severity. His bs tone, rehearsed and shallow, was not enough to bring us to a place where we can flatten the curve. His greed and narcissism led to the enormity of this pandemic. Now, governors are cleaning up his mess. And, THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE.

  3. United We Stand, Divided We Fall.

  4. Wallace Mulls | March 17, 2020 at 9:37 PM | Reply


  5. Garfield Kitty Tales | March 17, 2020 at 9:49 PM | Reply

    Coronaviruses for Mr Magoo 🤓Bed to sleep for the nurses 🎬

  6. Just heard today on the local news In Johnson City Tennesse, we are testing for the coronavirus in a drive-through tent for a price of $51.00. I don’t have $51.00.

  7. Tessmage Tessera | March 17, 2020 at 10:19 PM | Reply

    *Maybe now, everyone can see why Bernie Sanders has been pushing for social democracy in America.*

  8. Socialized cooperation? Heavens?

  9. He knows the right way to solve the problem, hope the whole US could do this

    • Jenny Saranac | March 18, 2020 at 5:51 PM | Reply

      Rachel Maddow, and ANYONE who listens to her, is a FAILURE.
      Search Youtube for…
      Justice Department Drops Russiagate Prosecution Admitting Defeat w/ Aaron Mate’

    • Putting the state in a panic is what you call leadership.? Lol we already know Americans are not dying from this. The ones who have underlying medical condition.need to be extra careful.putting the state in shut down with his best friends Californias people is sketchy.

    • @Jenny Saranac Yes, Maddow is a fool, and she knows it.

      But they pay her $33,000 a day to spew their corporate nonesense. What a complete failure in life.

  10. “Containment is a fail.”
    *Containment is a fail.*

  11. Sooooooo, does that mean NY, NJ, CT, PA all need to be prepared for this order?

  12. It’s all sobering …. for you and Como – can you handle it? Being tried for treason? Living at GTMO?

  13. Hardstyle818 | March 18, 2020 at 2:51 AM | Reply

    #DylanRatigan would destroy your underhanded simpleton questions. Cuomo and Newsom are doing better than our federal leadership team 110%. You are such a corporate lobbyist Rachel Mad 😡

  14. Scyber_Sounds Of The Future | March 18, 2020 at 4:41 AM | Reply

    1. Go to work and get sick.
    2. Don’t go to work and die of starvation.

    • 3. Contact your representatives and demand aid.
      4. Contact your local organizations for food and supplies.

      There is always work to be done. We the people have power and we must USE it!

    • Scyber_Sounds Of The Future
      Death is inevitable, this isn’t new. Let’s just be grateful and make the best of it. We aren’t victims…..are we? I’m certainly not. It’s evident we all can’t be looked after, so start doing your own reading and expand your mind beyond msnbc.


  15. Scyber_Sounds Of The Future | March 18, 2020 at 4:54 AM | Reply

    5:50 – Sounds like he’s harboring a fugitive lol

  16. Yes, it is the best strategy!

  17. When your gov grew up in the same hood 😂😂😂


  18. I feel some shade about “Everyone has an opinion”. Lol Mr. Cumo

  19. Here is an idea. Since all schools have been closed. Turn the into convalescing centers for the not so sick. Then the main hospitals will have room for the really sick people with coved 19.

  20. Michael Wightman | March 21, 2020 at 2:50 PM | Reply

    This is the best and smartest decision this BIAS Governor has ever made and did!

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