Republicans at the national level knocked both Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Moreland Commission co-chairwoman Kathleen Rice, urging them to “come clean” on the Moreland Commission mess.

“With federal prosecutors getting involved over allegations the Cuomo Administration improperly interfered with corruption investigations into its political allies, it’s time for the Governor to come clean,” said Republican National Committee spokesman Michael Short. “New Yorkers deserve to know whether their governor shut down his own anti-corruption unit to protect his friends and voters in the Fourth Congressional District deserve to know what Kathleen Rice, the Democrat nominee and former Moreland Commission co-chair, knew and when she knew it. If Cuomo and Rice have nothing to hide, then they should come forward and prove it.”

Rice, who told The Daily News she is cooperating with U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s investigation into the commission and the governor’s office’s involvement in directing or blocking subpoenas, is a Congressional candidate on Long Island, running for the seat being vacated by Rep. Carolyn McCarthy.

For the Rob Astorino campaign, it’s a moment for them to paraphrase Die Hard’s John McClane: “Welcome to the party, pal!”

Astorino, the Westchester County executive, has struggled to raise cash and his name identification against the better-funded and known Cuomo, who is seeking a second term.

Astorino last month was snubbed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, the head of the Republican Governors Association, who said he had no plans to help the New York Republican’s effort against Cuomo.

Astorino has lined up the support of other Republican governors, including Rick Perry of Texas and Bobby Jindal of Louisiana — both considered potential 2016 primary opponents for Christie.