Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office is not pleased with the birddogging by Republican Chairman Ed Cox.

The GOP chairman is making an effort to attend all six of Cuomo’s State of the State regional addresses being given today in Westchester and on Long Island. He will give two more on Wednesday in Albany and Syracuse.

On Tuesday, Cox reiterated that Cuomo is focusing on a run for president, and not the state.

Cuomo’s office isn’t amused by Cox’s shadowing of the governor.

“Ed Cox sat mute when the top republican in the state was convicted of corruption and unplugged his phone when his former Republican standard bearer went on a racist rant about the President and First Lady, said spokesman Rich Azzopardi. “He has no credibility and his nonsensical protest of the Governor’s agenda to help the middle class, make college affordable and make it easier for New Yorkers to get childcare is equal parts out of touch and appalling.”

Azzopardi is referencing the racially charged remarks Buffalo businessman Carl Paladino gave to a newsweekly last month.

Cox did retweet a GOP county office who referred to Paladino as an “asshat.”