Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s non-engagement of his potential November opponent continued on Friday when he declined to give his opinion of Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino’s job performance.

“That’s not for me to answer,” Cuomo told reporters following a speech at the Association for a Better New York.

The governor is a resident of New Castle in Westchester County and is registered to vote there.

Cuomo has largely sought to stay away from the embryonic gubernatorial campaign.

Asked about Astorino’s candidacy in a radio interview on The Capitol Pressroom this month, Cuomo noted there could still be a Republican primary featuring Donald Trump and Carl Paladino.

Meanwhile, surrogates for Cuomo 2014 are wasting little time knocking Astorino.

A group of Westchester Democrats have formed the “Astorino Truth Squad” which are today in news released knocked the GOP candidate for contributing thousands of dollars to the Independence Party and seemingly back tracking in an interview.

Astorino has said he wouldn’t take the party’s ballot line this fall.