In 2019, Cuomo signed three pieces of legislation that, according to the state's website, "strengthened protections against discrimination and harassment."
Susan Iannucci said her photo was one of several images in a slideshow montage meant to show that Cuomo "never touched anyone inappropriately."
The White House didn't get advance notice of the governor's planned announcement, according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
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A Republican winning the New York governor's race is going to be tough, but without Cuomo, the GOP may have better chances.
Andrew Cuomo's resignation goes into effect in 14 days. He will be replaced by Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul, who will be New York's 57th governor and the first female to hold the office.
"Make no mistake, this is the result of survivors bravely telling their stories," de Blasio said in a tweet after Cuomo's announcement.
"I believe these brave women," Hochul wrote in a statement last Tuesday, calling Cuomo's behavior "repulsive and unlawful."
"I never did, and I never would, intentionally disrespect a woman or treat a woman differently than I would want them treated," Cuomo said.
"My lieutenant governor is smart and competent. This transition must be seamless," Cuomo said. "We have a lot going on."
The state's lieutenant governor, Kathy Hochul, will take office and serve out the remainder of Cuomo's term.
"He is showing everyone what happens to women when they speak up about harassment and abuse in the workplace," Boylan wrote in a Medium blog post.
While roughly one-quarter of people polled would vote for Cuomo in a Democratic primary, the New York governor is still well liked by more than half of voters.
"We anticipate that this process will be concluded very soon," Assemblyman Charles Lavine said Monday, adding he felt the process would take "several weeks."
Sharpton recently said he's been asked by political associates from top Democrats about his thoughts if they ran for office.
"I think the majority of us feel that the governor is not in a position to lead the state any longer, and that's not a temporary position," said Assembly member John McDonald.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has not made any public statements about his future in the wake of a report detailing sexual harassment claims against him.
The report called President Donald Trump "probably the biggest promotor of COVID-19 misinformation" and said he sparked hyperpartisan fighting, which prevented Democrat and Republican lawmakers from combating the virus spread.
"HRC's employees, supporters, board members and partners have raised questions about the appropriateness of Alphonso David's actions," it said in a statement.
"TIME'S UP has abandoned the very people it was supposed to champion," 40 survivors and victims of sexual assault said in an open letter to the Time's Up board.
"We will not take any official action at least until after that Friday at 5 o'clock deadline," Assemblyman David Weprin told NY1.
Commisso spoke publicly for the first time, detailing two incidents where she said Cuomo groped her.
DeRosa's departure leaves Cuomo without his top aide as he faces the prospect of impeachment after a scathing report said he sexually harassed several women.
"The governor needs to be held accountable," Cuomo's ex-assistant said in an upcoming interview that will air on 'CBS This Morning.'
Several women at a rally in New York City don't believe the allegations, with one Cuomo supporter saying that his accusers are "looking for notoriety."
Yuh-Line Niou, a New York Assembly member who is also a sexual assault survivor, called the defense presented by Cuomo's legal team "disgusting and vile."
"He put people who have the coronavirus in old-age homes, 13-or-15,000 senior citizens died. This is more than the mafia killed," Gravano said.
"That would not play out well for anybody," Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple warned.
"Biden called on him to resign. Nancy Pelosi called on him to resign. Chuck Schumer, yes called on him to resign," the TV host said.