Governor Andrew Cuomo is on his unconventional State of the State tour around New York.

January 9, the Democrat gave one speech in New York City and a modified version later in Buffalo.

In what some see as a possible precursor to a presidential run, Cuomo talked about economic development and took a thinly veiled shot at the president elect for promoting divisiveness.

Cuomo touted high-tech industry development in the state, ride sharing service expansion into areas outside of New York City and the move forward in raising the minimum wage.

While many are saying the Democrat has Presidential aspirations, Cuomo insists he is focused on his work as Governor and plans to run for re-election next year.