"So many people have been bullied, mistreated, or intimidated by him," one New York Democratic assemblywoman said of Governor Andrew Cuomo
Former NY Governor George Pataki suggested the "cover-up is worse than the crime," accusing Andrew Cuomo of "deliberately trying to cover up" a largely undercounted number of COVID-19 nursing home deaths.
"Governor, you have the power to change the city charter to allow for me, as mayor in this time of crisis, to have an extended term," Rudy Giuliani said, according to George Pataki.
For the less well-polling candidates, Tuesday night's contest presented one final opportunity to present clear contrasts for voters faced with a crowded field.
Many of the 20 presidential candidates joined in on the social media conversation.
The four candidates dueled over policy differences on immigration, foreign policy and Donald Trump.
Low-polling GOP candidates that included South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal sparred over everything from foreign policy to immigration.
The second-tier Republican presidential candidates had trouble editing down their Hillary critiques.
The 69-year-old Republican is positioning himself as a Washington outsider and moderate.