Gov. Andrew Cuomo opened a new line of attack against President Donald Trump on Wednesday, ridiculing his “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan and knocking the president for his derisive treatment to women.

“We’re not going to make America great again,” Cuomo said at a bill signing ceremony in New York City. “It was never that great. We have not reached greatness. We will reach greatness when every American is fully engaged.”

Cuomo has blasted the president’s policies for the last several months, ratcheting up the rhetoric against the administration when it comes to immigration, taxes and gun control.

On Monday at a fundraising for Rep. Claudia Tenney in Utica, Trump mused about a Cuomo challenge in the 2020 presidential race while blasting the state’s high taxes and ban on hydrofracking.

Cuomo on Wednesday signed a bill aimed at cracking down on human trafficking. But, as he has done at other government events this summer, the event appeared to double as a veritable campaign rally. Cuomo returned to the Trump 2016 campaign slogan several times in the speech.

“He has it on his hat,” Cuomo said. “‘Make America great again.’ What does that mean? The whole concept is retrospective. What do you want to go back to, Mr. President?”

Trump is anti-woman, Cuomo said, pointing to the insults the president has used to describe former advisor Omarosa Manigault (“a dog”), Hillary Clinton (“crooked Hillary”) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (“pocahontas”).

Cuomo defended Rep. Maxine Waters, the California Democrat who Trump has repeatedly called a “low IQ” person, saying she is a “great spokesperson.”

“It’s actually helpful to define the enemy and know what we’re fighting,” Cuomo said. “That’s what we’re fighting, an attitude that disrespects women, the disrespects immigration.”

And Cuomo returned to Trump’s remarks last year after white supremacists and white nationalists violently clashed with protesters in Virginia.

“No, Mr. President, there are no good white supremacists,” Cuomo said. “That does not happen. But when you say that as president, you send a signal that that kind of behavior is OK, is tolerable.”

Cuomo is seeking a third term this year and faces Cynthia Nixon in a Democratic primary on Sept. 13.