CNN star Chris Cuomo referred to as a ‘SISTER’ by brother Gov Andrew Cuomo during Howard Stern interview

CNN star Chris Cuomo was referred to as a "sister" by brother Governor Andrew Cuomo during a Howard Stern interview.

The New York Governor made the slip-up when describing his childhood family life in an interview on Monday.

"I never met anybody who worked like my father… he was literally seven days a week," Cuomo told Sirius XM.

"The deal with my mother was he’d be home Sunday night at 7 to have dinner with the family. I mean, who gets that deal? And then he never showed up at 7."

He then went on to describe that he was the "man in the house," but insisting that he is trying "not to get sexist."

"My father was gone, I had four sisters, and I was the man in the house to take care of them," he mistakenly said.

However, Cuomo only has three sisters. Dr Margaret, Maria and Madeline.

He also has one brother, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo – who the governor appeared to sandwich in the "sisters" bracket.

The comments came on the same day that the Governor said Trump's vaccination plan is "flawed" claiming his team has learned "nothing from the past."

He told Good Morning America: "The bad news is that it’s about two months before Joe Biden takes over, and this means [the Trump] administration is going to be implementing a vaccine plan."

Cuomo claims the plan will use a "private mechanism" to roll out the drug, including hospitals and drug stores, which will miss out poorer, more vulnerable areas.

Communities in "healthcare deserts" without private facilities nearby will be hardest-hit, the Governor claims.

He said: "I believe it learns nothing from the past.

"They’re basically going to have the private providers do it, and that’s going to leave out all sorts of communities that were left out the first time when COVID ravaged them."

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