Analysis: Cuomo's disastrous response to the AG report findings Just hours after New York Attorney General Letitia James issued a damning report documenting 11 women who had been sexually harassed by Andrew Cuomo, the Empire State governor responded with a recorded video statement designed to defend himself and declare his innocence.
Cuomo accuser speaks out in interview with CNN Karen Hinton, one of the women who accused New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate conduct, reacts to the findings in the New York attorney general's investigation report. Governor Cuomo denies the New York attorney general's report that he sexually harassed women.
More Democrats call for Cuomo to resign New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's remaining political support among top Democrats crumbled on Tuesday in the wake of a report that found he sexually harassed multiple women.
Opinion: Andrew Cuomo indefensibly treats women like Don Draper did in 'Mad Men' In a dramatic news conference Tuesday, New York Attorney General Letitia James claimed that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo had engaged in shockingly inappropriate behavior, including alleged sex abuse, sexual harassment and the "bullying" of female state employees and others. And hours later, President Joe Biden called on the governor to resign.
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