Andrew Cuomo Found to Have Harassed 11 Women by NY Attorney General

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NEW YORK CITY, August 4, 2021 ~ New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been found to have sexually harassed 11 women from 2013 to 2020, according to a report from New York Attorney General Letitia James.

My reaction is that he was just how he always has been about this,” said Attorney Deborah Gordon to 760 WJR’s Kevin Dietz. “He’s a particular personality type, as we’ve all come to know. He’s kind of the alpha male, he’s been denying this all along.”

President Joe Biden publicly stated that he believes Governor Cuomo should resign. However, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaski stated that President Biden has “no plans” to personally ask Governor Cuomo for his resignation.

The issue with Andrew Cuomo is he doesn’t have a boss. Any company — public or private — typically there is a hierarchy, and everybody reports to somebody,” said Gordon. “That’s not true here, he doesn’t have a boss, he’s got the voters.”


August 4, 2021 ~ Attorney Deborah Gordon discusses the report on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo‘s sexual harassments allegations with Kevin Dietz.

CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo, the brother of NY Governor Andrew Cuomo, was also involved in the report from the Attorney General, which found Chris helped draft the Governor’s response to the allegations.

Chris has apologized for putting his coworkers in a “bad spot” and stated he was in a “unique and difficult situation.”

Chris Cuomo recently. came under fire when it was revealed the CNN Host received COVID-19 vaccinations and testing early in the pandemic. Governor Cuomo sent a state physician to Chris’ house, when other New Yorkers were struggling to find available testing.

Chris has since completely avoided the story revolving around his brother, stating to viewers “we’re focused on COVID here.”