She’s a dutiful daughter.
Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo, 24, promoted an article slamming the sexual-assault scandal which ushered her father, disgraced former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, out of office as “a manufactured #MeToo-style PR offensive.”
“Finally. Please read,” she tweeted Friday.
The piece — self-published by independent journalist Michael Tracey on the online platform Substack — accused Letitia James, New York attorney general and gubernatorial candidate, of “seedy machinations” to oust Cuomo, who “almost certainly would never have been defeated in a New York Democratic gubernatorial primary.”
James’ spokeswoman, Delaney Kempner, declined to comment on the piece.
In sharing the #MeToo-skeptical piece, Kennedy-Cuomo, an activist in her college years, is changing her tune.
As a Brown University undergrad in 2019, she wrote against due process in the Brown Political Review, arguing that official sexual-assault investigations serve only to defend the powerful, rather than “decipher the truth or dole the consequences.”
Tracey — who has written for The Post, as well as The New Republic, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian and numerous other publications — is a longtime Cuomo critic.
He penned the “not 100 percent Cuomo-friendly” piece, he said, because of his belief the media has been “mindlessly credulous” throughout the once-beloved governor’s downfall.
“So I’m not surprised that a Cuomo family member would appreciate the fact-based fairness, even if it’s far from apologia for Cuomo’s entire political career,” he told The Post.
Kennedy-Cuomo did not immediately return messages.