Gov. Cuomo dodges question on whether he'll resign if state AG probe concludes he sexually harassed employees
Added 04-21-21 04:29:01pm EST - “Embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo dodged questions Wednesday on whether he will resign from office if State Attorney General Letitia James' probe confirms allegations that he sexually harassed current and former employees.” - Foxnews.com
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Sherry Vill, the ninth woman accusing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, provided a photo of the incident.
Embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo dodged questions Wednesday on whether he will resign from office if State Attorney General Letitia James’ probe confirms allegations that he sexually harassed current and former employees.
James’ office is currently investigating allegations from nine women, including current and former aides, who have accused Cuomo of sexual harassment or misconduct. When asked to provide a "yes or no" response to whether he would resign if investigators found he engaged in wrongdoing under state law, Cuomo declined to clarify.
"Let’s see what the report says and then we will take it from there," Cuomo said. "I’m not going to have any comment on a review that is underway beyond that. I was attorney general of the state. I said to everyone, during a review, please don’t comment during the pendency of the review.
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