Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo continues to deny sexual harassment allegations against him even after an investigation concluded he'd sexually harassed 11 women.
“The best way I can help now is if I step aside and let government get back to governing, and therefore, that’s what I’ll do, because I work for you, and doing the right thing is doing the right thing for you,” he said.
After the investigation, State Attorney General Latitia James announced the results on August 3rd stating the report revealed "A deeply disturbing yet clear picture" in which e "sexually harassed multiple women, many of whom were young women, by engaging in unwanted groping, kisses, hugging, and by making inappropriate comments."
Just last week President Biden called on Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign within 14 days.
Now that Cuomo is out, Kathy Hochul is preparing to replace him as Governor.
Cuomo won't get off that easy though, although he was once an ally, he is now a target of the #MeToo movement. Founder of the movement, Tarana Burke, had this to say: