What are Andrew Cuomo's kids doing? Daughter of NY governor accused of harassment helps prevent sexual assault
The last few days saw New York Governor Andrew Cuomo getting embroiled in difficult situations. Not only was he accused by several women of sexual harassment, he is also facing criticism over the condition of nursing homes amid the coronaviris pandemic and death toll count discrepancies in his state. However, the man who is allegedly a harasser and a “not-so-good politician” is also a father of three daughters.
Who are Cuomo’s daughters?
Andrew married human rights activist Kerry Kennedy in 1990, but they separated in 2005. The pair shares three kids together - Michaela, and twins Mariah and Cara Kennedy-Cuomo. The youngest is Michaela, who is 23-year-old and a Brown University graduate. She is a social activist who has founded CUSP: Cultivating Upstanders for Sexual Assault Prevention. According to her LinkedIn page, CUSP “explicitly identifies the attitudes and behaviors that allow sexual assault to occur, and empowers individuals with the language and tools necessary to intervene before harm can happen.”
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Michaela’s elder twin sisters are 26-year-olds. While Mariah -- a Brown University graduate -- works as a media strategist for Fortune 500 CEOs and companies at Teneo in New York City, Cara is the executive producer of a documentary based on late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her LinkedIn page says she is also the “Partner, Head of Diversity + Inclusion Summits” at Sahar Global Summits - "a minority owned small business that organizes and hosts invitation only summits focused on alternative investments.”
Who is their mother?
The ex-wife of the 63-year-old politician, Kerry Kennedy, is the mother of the three girls. Kerry is one of the eleven children of Robert Francis Kennedy and Ethel Skakel. Her father served as the 64th United States Attorney General and was the brother of former US President John F Kennedy. However, he was assassinated in 1968 by 24-year-old Sirhan Sirhan for reportedly supporting Israel following 1967's Six-Day War.
Kerry attended Brown University and Boston College for law school and is currently serving the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights nonprofit as its president. Besides, she has written two Speak Truth to Power books, one titled ‘Human Rights Defenders Who Are Changing Our World’ and the other, ‘A Guide To Defending Human Rights’. ‘Being Catholic Now’ and ‘Robert F. Kennedy: Ripples of Hope’ are also authored by her.
Meanwhile, because of the accusations that Cuomo is facing, he has received a lot of flak, especially from the opposite side of the aisle. Recently, Donald Trump Jr criticized him and demanded publishing house Crown to cancel Cuomo's book 'American Crisis: Leadership Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic' which was released in October 2020. “With everything that is coming to light, when will @CrownPublishing be cancelling @andrewcuomo’s contract?” the 43-year-old tweeted along a screenshot of a press release that stated: “Crown to Publish NY Governor Andrew Cuomo’s AMERICAN CRISIS: Leadership Lessons From the COVID-19 Pandemic.”
But several people trolled him instead as one user said, “If Cuomo is guilty, he should go. But so should your dad. To prison that is. For way worse offenses. Like raping underage girls or his own wife, your mother, right? Or is that one of his other many wifes I am thinking of?” Another one tweeted, “With even more that has come to light regarding the Trump family I would think you should be more concerned on finding defense attorneys who don't have hair dye running down their faces when they sweat or get caught with their hands down their pants and hotel rooms.” “Thought you were against cancel culture..... Of course your father got cancelled in Nov so I understand your bitterness,” a person added.
If Cuomo is guilty, he should go.— DominikD (@Dominik_S_D) March 2, 2021
But so should your dad. To prison that is.
For way worse offenses. Like raping underage girls or his own wife, your mother, right? Or is that one of his other many wifes I am thinking of?
With even more that has come to light regarding the Trump family I would think you should be more concerned on finding defense attorneys who don't have hair dye running down their faces when they sweat or get caught with their hands down their pants and hotel rooms.— Joe Stuart (@MKRocksSOC) March 2, 2021
Thought you were against cancel culture..... Of course your father got cancelled in Nov so I understand your bitterness— Ted the medic (@tedthemedic) March 2, 2021