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Albany (NYDailyNews)– Rev. Al Sharpton expressed “serious concerns” on Tuesday about the lack of diversity within Gov.-elect Andrew Cuomo’s transition team.

“They should have given a priority to send an early signal that they are going to have a diverse administration,” Sharpton told the Daily News.

“We have not seen the signal we had wanted to see. I haven’t seen any signal at all,” he added, underscoring African-American unease with the Democrat.

Sharpton warned of “governing problems” for Cuomo if the situation is not addressed soon.

“He cannot govern a state that any day could have any number of emergencies unless he has the good will of all the people of the state,” Sharpton said.

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