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Cuomo tells Fox News vaccine czar did ‘phenomenal job’ despite controversial alleged phone calls

Embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told Fox News that former vaccine czar Larry Schwartz did a “phenomenal job” despite reports that Schwatz called county officials to gauge their loyalty to the scandal-plagued governor.Cuomo was asked by Fox News’ Bryan Llenas on Monday about a Wall Street Journal report that the state Attorney General’s Office is investigating Schwartz’s alleged calls to three Democratic county executives. “Larry Schwartz was a volunteer helping the vaccine effort on his own time,” said Cuomo. “And he did a phenomenal job. Former secretary to the governor. You look at all these sites, he and Kelly did all of it.””So he did a phenomenal job,” the governor added. “And I’m totally confident in his performance.”CUOMO INVESTIGATION EXPANDED TO INCLUDE COVID VACCINE POLITICIZATION: REPORTSchwartz was a volunteer adviser tasked with overseeing New York’s vaccine distribution efforts. He allegedly made calls on behalf of Cuomo questioning county executives on their “loyalty” to the embattled governor.In the calls, Schwartz reportedly asked the county executives if they would be demanding Cuomo’s resignation over sexual misconduct allegations. Schwartz has denied linking vaccine doses to political connections.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPOne of Cuomo’s accusers and a former staffer, Lindsey Boylan, accused Schwartz of engaging in a “criminal abuse of power” in a tweet on Monday.”Larry Schwartz is not a public servant,” Boylan wrote. “He is an enforcer who represents the worst of [Cuomo’s] corrupt administration. Linking life-saving vaccine access to political support for the governor is a criminal abuse of power.”



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