New York's Governor Andrew Cuomo is shooting down speculation that he's considering a 2016 Presidential run. In a recent interview with CBS news, Cuomo said he's focused on his current job.
When asked if he was thinking about a 2016 bid, he said, "Not at all." Cuomo said he spent eight years in Washington already with Bill Clinton. He said he loves what he's doing now and wants to be the best governor he can be.
The first-term democratic governor was elected to his post in 2010. Before that, he worked as the State's Attorney General and served as the Housing and Urban Development Secretary under former President Clinton.