deBlasioFrom the Morning Memo:

Just in time for Thanksgiving, New York’s most prominent elected officials remain even more at odds with one another.

The feud between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio escalated on Tuesday as the governor criticized the mayor for appearing alongside his 2014 Republican opponent, while the mayor stood by and chuckled as Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino suggested mental health services were needed for Cuomo.

The fight started early with something of a pre-buttal by Cuomo who was appearing with a potential de Blasio foe in a 2017 Democratic primary, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries.

Cuomo knocked de Blasio for standing with Astorino, given his stances on abortion, same-sex marriage and Syrian refugees (Never mind Cuomo has had a good public relationship with Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who holds similar views to Astorino).

“You’re talking to the wrong guy if you think I’m going to be able to decipher the mayor’s politics,” Cuomo said. “But I can tell you the Republican who I ran against, this is a man who is against a woman’s right to choose, this is a man who wants to lock refugees out of this country. It is not a person who I would want to stand next to.”

Jeffries added it “doesn’t seem to make sense to play footsie” with Astorino.

Then it was de Blasio and Astorino’s turn to tee off on the governor at a news conference on transportation funding.

“It seems like the governor has some insecurities,” Astorino said. “Since he’s a constituent of mine, I’d be more than happy to set him up with our Department of Community Health if he needs some help on this issue.”

It’s not the first time Astorino has teamed up with one of Cuomo’s liberal antagonist. During the gubernatorial campaign, Astorino appeared in a brief alliance with Zephyr Teachout, the Fordham Law School professor who challenged Cuomo in a Democratic primary.