"[Liberals] could be actually trying to cancel people who are actually behaving like Pepe Le Pew times 10, and that happens to be the governor of New York," Donald Trump Jr. said on Monday.
Cuomo's May 2018 demand for then-Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to resign over sexual abuse accusations has resurfaced this week as the New York governor himself now faces such claims.
Protesters gathered outside the building calling for his arrest on Monday morning with signs that read, "Florida Man Go Home," "Indict Trump" and "Arrest Trump."
"There's been one bombshell after another," Republican minority leader Will Barclay announced Monday.
The Governor of New York has faced calls to leave his post, following allegations of sexual harassment made against him.
Some eyewitnesses reported hearing a loud boom, which sounded like "big trucks crashing."
The governor is facing calls to leave his post following accusations of sexual harassment made against him.
The comment sparked backlash this weekend as his brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, faces mounting pressure of his own.
Federal and state lawmakers have publicly called for the New York governor's resignation, in light of sexual harassment and misconduct allegations against him.
"There is no way I resign," the embattled New York governor told reporters on Sunday amid mounting pressure.
The New York Governor has denied accusations of physically improper conduct. Three former aides and two more women have now made such claims.
"Cuomo has lost the credibility he needs to lead this state, especially in the midst of a public health crisis," the Times-Union editorial board wrote in an op-ed published Saturday.
Hayes called any elected official's attempts to artificially suppress COVID-19 case numbers "an indefensible position."
The New York governor's accuser said that his chief of staff and general counsel decided not to investigate her sexual harassment claims because nothing "serious happened," adding: "It was just grooming."
Governor Cuomo will no longer be allowed to issue new coronavirus directives and all existing orders will be reviewed by state lawmakers on a monthly basis.
Amid allegations of cover-ups and sexual harassment, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo faces calls to resign.
A spokesperson for the New York City Police Department confirmed to Newsweek that the accident occurred between 50th Street and 2nd Ave. when a male driver operating a van had a collision with a black Toyota Camry. The Camry had two passengers inside, according to the spokesperson.
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Charlotte Bennett claimed that the New York governor asked if she was open to dating older people shortly after mentioning that he was lonely and looking for a girlfriend.
The poll also found that 59 percent of New Yorkers don't want him to run for re-election in 2022.
Boylan said she was moved to speak out against the governor after seeing he had been floated to lead the U.S. Justice Department under President Joe Biden.
The Democratic New York governor has been accused of sexually harassing three women—including two of his former employees.
A woman investigating a mysterious mirror does not find a murderous spirit, but the reality is almost as creepy.
Three women have come forward to accuse the Democrat of sexually harassing them as he faces an investigation.
Debra Katz, attorney for one three woman to recently accuse New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, reportedly said that the governor's apology during a press conference on Wednesday was "full of falsehoods and inaccurate information."
As New York Governor Andrew Cuomo faces calls to resign amid sexual harassment allegations, some critics recalled old statements Cuomo made when other lawmakers faced similar accusations.
New York's governor, whom three women have accused of sexual harassment, said he feels "awful" and "embarrassed" for making anyone feel uncomfortable.
"Change should come to this nation's policy vis-à-vis harassment against women, which is chronic, long term, and endemic," Cuomo said in a clip from a May 10, 2018, briefing shown in the montage. "It has to stop."
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