Cynthia Nixon Claims That Cold Temps Are 'Notoriously Sexist'

Cynthia Nixon slams Gov. Cuomo’s preferred room temperature for their debate as ‘notoriously sexist

Cynthia Nixon slams Gov. Cuomo’s preferred room temperature for their debate as ‘notoriously sexist

The Cuomo campaign has not responded, but reports suggest that the NY governor, who will be required to debate in a full suit, would prefer to set the temperature somewhat lower than "heat wave", particularly when you consider that the Hofstra debate is expected to be a sold-out event.

Wait, what? Well, it might not be as odd as it sounds.

"The Five" reacted Tuesday to the Nixon camp's claim, ahead of the WCBS debate at Hofstra University. Katz wrote an email to the station, obtained by the Times, saying that working conditions are "notoriously sexist when it comes to room temperature, so we just want to make sure we're all on the same page here".

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Katz said she had not yet heard back from WCBS-TV, which declined to comment to the Times.

Nixon's outsider campaign has not had the money to buy television ads and so "the debate likely offers her biggest audience yet - but with the tough challenge of both proving her qualifications as a first-time candidate and knocking Mr. Cuomo on his heels". Cuomo's campaign said it did not know what the temperature would be and accused the Nixon campaign of thriving "on paranoia and melodrama" while Cuomo is "focused on having a substantive, in-depth discussion about the issues facing New York". "CBS was very frank with us that they really didn't have a choice - that these were his demands and if they were not acceded to, he wouldn't show up", Ms. Nixon said this month. In June, she endorsed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the 28-year-old self-described democratic-socialist who won an upset primary victory against ten-term Democratic incumbent Joe Crowley in June.

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