Gov. Cuomo Questioned For 11 Hours By NY AG

Darren McGee / Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

ALBANY – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was grilled for 11-hours on allegations of sexual harassment.

That’s according to a New York Times report.

It says Cuomo was under oath when he was questioned about his treatment of women by two new York Attorney General investigators.

According to the Times, some tense moments erupted when Cuomo questioned the fairness of lead investigator Joon Kim, who also led probes into the Governor’s inner circle.

When the investigation is over, the finding will be sent to Attorney General Letita James.

Cuomo denies wrongdoing, but he did apologize if some interactions with female aides were, “insensitive or too personal.”


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