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Some key notes from the last 48 hours on the Democratic side:

A. If you missed it, read Maureen Dowd’s column on/interview with Andrew Cuomo. Caused tongues to wag from Albany to Manhattan to points south.

B. The New York Times chronicles Joe Biden’s inauguration weekend from the first-in-the-nation point of view of Iowa and New Hampshire.

C. Martin O’Malley’s star turn on Monday’s “Morning Joe” included his impersonation of Bradley Cooper’s Pat Solitano (from “Silver Linings Playbook,” complete with football jersey), a two-shot with David Axelrod, and the kind of regular-guy accessibility and amped up rhetoric that Bill Clinton identified long ago as a winning combination.

Related Topics: Andrew Cuomo, Bill Clinton, Bradley Cooper, David Axelrod, Joe Biden, Mark Halperin, Martin O'Mally, Maureen Dowd, Pat Solitano, Silver Linings Playbook, Analysis, Democratic Party, News, The Page

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