Unreal! Democrats spent four years demanding that President Trump and other Republicans resign anytime someone pulled out a shady story about how they were harassed. Brett Kavanaugh, for instance, was subjected to allegations the Left never bothered to prove. But that didn’t stop his name from being dragged through the mud. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, though? He doesn’t think he needs to do that despite three women coming out with credible allegations against him.
“I am not going to resign,” Cuomo said at a briefing Wednesday. “I was elected by the people of New York. I’m going to do the job the people of the state elected me to do.”
Cuomo stopped short of fully admitting to the allegations against him. While he insists that he “never touched anyone inappropriately,” he acknowledges that his actions were creepy. “I fully support a woman’s right to come forward,” Cuomo says. “I now understand that I acted in a way that made people feel uncomfortable.”
“It was unintentional, and I truly and deeply apologize for it. I feel awful about it. I feel embarrassed by it,” Cuomo continues, insisting that he “didn’t know” he made anyone feel uncomfortable. “”I certainly never, ever meant to offend anyone or hurt anyone or cause anyone pain,” he says. “That is the last thing I would want to do.”
Cuomo addressed the numerous photos showing him, much like Joe Biden, creepily hugging and kissing people as his “usual and customary way of greeting” people — especially lawmakers. “I kiss and hug legislators,” he says.
But, of course, none of the women who have spoken out are legislators. They were former employees and a woman who was unfortunate enough to encounter him at a wedding. Watch Cuomo shamelessly attempt to save his career below: