Paladino Admits to No Proof of Cuomo Adultery Smear, Then Backtracks

October 1, 2010


3 Responses to “Paladino Admits to No Proof of Cuomo Adultery Smear, Then Backtracks”

  1. saphina on October 1st, 2010 9:56 pm

    Since its Friday, let’s review – he accused Cuomo of affairs, takes it out on Dicker for asking for proof, he’s caught on camera threatening the reporter, he retracts on one interview and says he was misunderstood, he misspoke, that’s not what he meant, invented a word and then goes back to lying…it’s beginning to feel like an episode of 24.

  2. Kevin on October 1st, 2010 11:19 pm

    On this issue, the two candidates are one in the same. Although Paladino may have no proof Cuomo is a cheater, just be honest with yourselves and think about it for a minute – you know he is a cheater. Just face it. Besides, if an adulterer gets into the Governors Mansion it’ll be no different than the last two (Democratic) governors we’ve had.

  3. majii on October 2nd, 2010 4:15 pm

    Based on what I’ve read about the Cuomo/Kennedy divorce, she was the one who cheated on him. I think Paladino found himself between a rock and a hard place in the interview with Decker, and in order to deflect attention from himself, he brought Cuomo’s name into the conversation. Cuomo did not send anyone to Paladino’s house, and I have not read anything about Cuomo mentioning anything about Paladino’s daughter. I recall reading on TPM a couple weeks ago that Cuomo said that any discussion of Paladino’s daughter is off limits.

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