N.Y. AG to question Gov. Cuomo in sexual harassment probe
UPDATED 10:42 AM PT – Friday, July 16, 2021
New reports said the sexual harassment probe into Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.) has moved into its final stages. The New York State Attorney General’s Office is set to interview Cuomo in Albany on Saturday, where they plan to publish a report once the review is complete.
This comes after independent investigators Joon Kim and Anne Clark spent months gathering records and interviewing top officials.
RECAP on Corrupt Cuomo’s week👇🏻
❌EXPOSED for his false count on NY’s COVID death toll
❌DEPOSED for his sexual harassment and assault
Just another week for the Worst Governor in America.
— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) July 16, 2021
Multiple women, including an aide who currently works for Cuomo, have accused the governor of either sexual misconduct or harassment. While the exact deadline remains to be determined, critics have agreed the outcome could devastate his political career.
Meanwhile, Cuomo has not commented on the review and his senior advisor claimed the continued leaks are just evidence of political motivation by Attorney General Letitia James.