Sandra Lee And Cuomo Deny Break-Up As Gov Ogles ‘Sexy’ TWA Terminal: Gothamist
The entire Cuomo family together (Kristina Bumphrey/Starpix/Shutterstock)
The NY Post published a big “exclusive” on Tuesday, claiming that Gov. Andrew Cuomo and longtime partner Sandra Lee were no loner living together amidst “rumors that the couple have split up.” Their sources claim Lee has been living either at her Battery Park City apartment in Manhattan or in California, while Cuomo has been full-time at the Executive Mansion in Albany.
The couple have been together for 14 years, and Lee is reportedly close to his three daughters from his first marriage to Kerry Kennedy, but they are apparently selling their Mount Kisco home—located on Bittersweet Lane—which then fueled the rumors.
While Lee did confirm they were selling the Westchester home, she vehemently denied the break-up rumors in a long Facebook post featuring a photograph of the family, sans cockatoos:
Cuomo also denied the report through a rep, saying, “Nothing has changed — I live in Mt. Kisco and Albany, and my cars are in the garage there.”
But riddle me this: does this sound like a guy who is going through a breakup?
Cuomo speaking and getting a bit…weird. Paraphrasing but: “I can’t refer to a terminal as ‘sexy.’ That opens other questions. Is the terminal male or female? What’s its orientation? How do you touch the terminal?” pic.twitter.com/Hlj5159mPs
— David Slotnick (@David_Slotnick) May 15, 2019
Here are Andrew Cuomo‘s jokes today on “sexy” airport terminals, as well as the (generally positive) crowd reaction.
(Context: Hotel developer Tyler Morse had previously called JFK the “sexiest airport” and cracked some sort of joke about drug dealers.) pic.twitter.com/9PfunmBgK5
— Jon Campbell (@JonCampbellGAN) May 15, 2019
Couldn’t this just be a normal guy embracing his inner objectophilia?
Will be interesting to see if the governor’s office puts out a transcript of his TWA hotel remarks. All real quotes: pic.twitter.com/ekGvYDHjl9
— Nick™ Niedzwiadek (@NickNiedz) May 15, 2019
There’s no denying infrastructure is sexy as hell, but there may be better ways of processing inner strife, like bro-ing down with Billy Joel, or really focusing on your car collection:
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— Christopher Robbins (@ChristRobbins) May 15, 2019