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Douglas also described Cuomo as a 'bully' who thought many member's of his wife's family as weak or 'political'.
'But I had hoped we could work through what I saw was a difficult time, not an end.Kennedy Center for Human Rights—a perfect counterpart to Andrew’s own growing nonprofit for the homeless, the one he called HELP.More sensitive than some of her siblings, Kerry had just suffered a personal loss that left her especially vulnerable.Kennedy was rattled by how her fiance began planning their wedding like it was a political campaign — and her kin were “astonished” when Cuomo ruled the reception would have none of the “irreverent” toasts they traditionally enjoyed, according to “The Contender.” Although enamored of his Kennedy connection — and unafraid to capitalize on it to get press — Cuomo “hated” the legendary family get-togethers at the Kennedy’s Hyannis compound and stopped going entirely at one point, Shnayerson writes.The author quotes a member of the clan, Douglas Kennedy, describing Cuomo as “looking disgusted” as the Kennedys gloried in a night of singing in which he refused to take part.The former couple pictured above on their wedding day in 1990Shnayerson quotes a Douglas Kennedy - Kerry's 46-year-old younger brother - who says that while Cuomo treasured the connection to the Kennedy family, he loathed participating in reunions at the family's estate in Hyannis, Massachusetts and eventually stopped going altogether.
Douglas Kennedy said on one occasion, when the Kennedys spent a night partying and singing, Cuomo stood by 'looking disgusted'.
Kerry, the seventh of Robert and Ethel Kennedy’s 11 children, was two years younger than Andrew (she was 30, he was 32), a vigorous athlete like most of her siblings, and a graduate of Brown and Boston College Law School.
She was an ardent human-rights activist who had taken the lead in setting up the Robert F.
Since taking over the New York governorship, he has become known for focusing on LGBT rights, including marriage equality; women's rights; and economic stimulus in New York State.
Andrew Mark Cuomo was born in New York City on December 6, 1957, to mother Matilda Raffa Cuomo and father Mario Cuomo, former governor of New York and the son of Italian immigrants.
In 2007 he became New York State's attorney general, working alongside former Governor Eliot Spitzer.