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Andrew Cuomo just did the least Andrew Cuomo thing in the most Andrew Cuomo way

CNN — To any neutral observer, the writing was on the wall: Andrew Cuomo needed to resign. The governor of New York faced 11 allegations of sexual harassment by current and former state employees, verified by an investigation by the state’s attorney general. Many of his allies – and senior staff – had abandoned him. The state assembly was moving toward opening an impeachment inquiry.
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Melissa DeRosa spotted boarding helicopter with Cuomo after his resignation

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “enabler-in-chief” Melissa DeRosa was spotted by his side Tuesday as he left his Manhattan office after announcing his resignation. DeRosa, who resigned from her role as secretary to the governor on Sunday, was spotted walking with Cuomo, his daughter Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo and his office director Stephanie Benton as they prepared to board a helicopter out of the city.
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Chris Cuomo still talking with big bro Andrew while on vacation: report

At least one person still supports Gov. Andrew Cuomo — his younger brother Chris. The CNN host has been chatting with the embattled governor as he tries to salvage his political career following a bombshell report that detailed the numerous sexual harassment allegations made against him by staffers, according to The Washington Post.
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Cuomo has always been corrupt and other commentary

While many are “surprised” by Attorney General Letitia James’ findings on Gov. Cuomo’s sexual misconduct, “this is not the first time the governor has shown us who he really is,” observes Nick Lindquist at the Washington Examiner. And Cuomo’s corruption goes beyond the sexual (serious as that is): Consider, for example, “the Buffalo Billion” — “a program created by the governor to breathe life into the struggling Buffalo region through a $1 billion investment in education, technology, and other industrial ventures — but the program was corrupted by Cuomo’s inner circle, and the governor himself, from the start.” Then there was his notorious decision to force nursing homes to take COVID-positive patients at the height of the pandemic and its subsequent coverup. “As with the scandals before this latest one, he will try to brush it under the rug.”
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