New York Governor and ambitious politician Andrew Cuomo has plans to write a book due for release in 2014, according to the Post, which calls it an “autobiography,” and the Times, which clarifies that it “will not be a memoir,” but a book about governing. The life-story stuff is already being handled by two forthcoming books on Cuomo; one by Vanity Fair’s Michael Shnayerson, and another by Post Albany bureau chief Fred Dicker, with whom the governor will cooperate. With the biographies scheduled to come out around 2013, Cuomo’s own project will focus “on a broader view of management, like how to shape and oversee a government budget,” the Times reports, without mentioning the year 2016. Your move, Hillary.
He transformed the role of U.S. vice president while serving under Jimmy Carter and was the Democratic nominee for president in 1984. https://t.co/oR0FIxFRAq