"Catholics basically believe the same thing that Baptists believe. We are not as without rhythm as our Jewish brothers and sisters".
"But we try", Cuomo said at the Mount Neboh Baptist Church, the New York Post reported Monday. "But in the end, we must remember that they only have as much power as we the people give them", said Nixon.
Cuomo then pointed out Democratic consultant and former campaign adviser Rabbi Hank Sheinkopf, who was sitting in the front row, for his off-beat moves.
"I was just watching Mr. Sheinkopf here in the front row, moving to the music", Cuomo said. "I think somebody who is supposed to have the public interest, but rules through fear, is exactly the person you have to go up against". He's now in charge of American dancing'.
Arthur Schwartz, a Republican, Jewish, pro-Israel activist, said, "The governor should focus more on governing and less on Jew jokes".
"He was clearly poking fun at himself and one long time friend who was in the audience", Lever said.
The risky joke was made during a rousing speech meant to promote spending plans in the state budget due Saturday.
Meanwhile, Cynthia Nixon is reminded everyone that her co-star from Sex and the City actually converted to Judaism on the show.
And while plenty has been said about President Trump's television background, it seems the idea of a TV star as governor of NY is not so problematic for Nixon's supporters, Glamour noted. "And to show everything that's been lacking here in the last eight years and everything NY could be in opposition to Donald Trump", she said.
Ronaldo draws blank as Portugal thrashed
Further misery befell the Portuguese after Joao Cancelo saw red for a second bookable offence a minute after the hour mark. Not only did one get onto the pitch, but he filmed as a second ran on.
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