After accusations of sexual harassment against Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York surfaced early this year, an independent investigation was begun.
And while people around the governor — and his critics — expected the ensuing report to be bad, what came out this week was worse.
There have been widespread calls for Mr. Cuomo to resign, but will he go?
Guest: Shane Goldmacher, a national political reporter for The New York Times.
- Investigators into sexual harassment by Mr. Cuomo said they had corroborated the claims of 11 women who accused the governor of inappropriate behavior, including suggestive comments and instances of groping.
- A new account of sexual harassment by Mr. Cuomo from a state trooper bolsters a meticulous new report on his misdeeds — and how his inner circle allowed such conduct to fester.
- In the wake of the report, the New York governor has been met with consequential defections from core constituencies, including labor, white suburban lawmakers and Black political leaders.
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