New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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New York prosecutors are set to question Gov. Cuomo on Saturday, The New York Times and CNN reported.
The questioning is part of the New York AG’s investigation into sexual-harassment allegations.
Multiple women have accused him of sexual misconduct. He denies any wrongdoing.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to be questioned by New York prosecutors over sexual-harassment allegations on Saturday, The New York Times and CNN reported.
A source told CNN that Cuomo will be questioned by members of the New York Attorney General Letitia James’ office, while sources told The Times that those members would be the two outside lawyers hired by James’ office to lead the investigation.
Multiple women have accused Cuomo of sexual harassment this year, though he denies any wrongdoing. The Times previously reported that James had subpoenaed women who had accused Cuomo.
Both The Times and CNN noted that Cuomo’s being interviewed suggests the investigation is nearing completion, though there is no public timeline available.
James said the investigation’s findings would released to the public in a report.
Cuomo is facing a series of scandals about his time in office, including his administration’s handling of nursing-home deaths last summer and bridge safety issues.
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