World NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo accused by third woman of unwanted sexual advances

11:20  02 march  2021
11:20  02 march  2021 Source:   foxnews.com

Karen Hinton, Ex-Cuomo Aide, Corroborates Lindsey Boylan's Account of Governor's Bullying

  Karen Hinton, Ex-Cuomo Aide, Corroborates Lindsey Boylan's Account of Governor's Bullying "Day to day, he made me feel as if I were no good at my job and thus totally dependent on him to keep it. In Cuomo's world—and he would never admit this even to himself—working for him is like a 1950′s version of marriage," Hinton wrote in an op-ed.In an op-ed published in the New York Daily News, Hinton described Cuomo as a "bully" who exercised "total control," and made disparaging comments toward her.

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NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo accused by third woman of unwanted sexual advances

A third woman has accused New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of unwanted advances.

According to The New York Times, 33-year-old Anna Ruch has claimed that Cuomo asked to kiss her at a wedding in 2019. In an interview Monday, she specified that Cuomo put his hand on her bare lower back.

Ruch said she pulled away and was "so confused and shocked and embarrassed" by the incident. "I turned my head away and didn’t have words in that moment," she reportedly said.

A spokesperson for Cuomo reportedly referred the Times to a more general statement in which Cuomo apologized for things that "have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation."

NY Democratic Officials Call for Cuomo's Resignation Following 2nd Sexual Harassment Allegation

  NY Democratic Officials Call for Cuomo's Resignation Following 2nd Sexual Harassment Allegation At least two Democratic members of New York's state legislature urged the governor to resign on Saturday, while others insisted that an independent investigation investigate his alleged conduct.Charlotte Bennett, 25, left Cuomo's administration in November after serving as a health policy adviser. Bennett told the Times that the governor asked her if she had ever dated an older man, and said he was open to relationships with women of her age, during her time working in the administration.

Over the past week, two of Cuomo's former aides have accused him of sexual harassment -- something he has denied.

The latest allegation comes as Attorney General Letitia James announced that the governor's office sent a letter permitting her office to perform an independent investigation. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON OUR TOP STORY.

In other developments:

- Rep. Kathleen Rice leads calls for Cuomo to resign after third accuser comes forward: ‘The time has come’

- CNN's Chris Cuomo breaks silence on brother Andrew, says he 'obviously ... cannot cover' harassment claims

- Chris Cuomo blasted after telling CNN viewers he can't cover brother Andrew's harassment scandal

- Janice Dean compares Cuomo sex harassment controversy to Al Capone being jailed for tax evasion

AOC Says Andrew Cuomo Impeachment Shouldn't Be Ruled Out

  AOC Says Andrew Cuomo Impeachment Shouldn't Be Ruled Out New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has faced allegations of sexual assault, bullying, and hiding the true number of COVID-related deaths in state care homes. Over the weekend, a second former aide of Cuomo's came forward with accusations that he sexually harassed her.Charlotte Bennett, a health policy adviser to Cuomo until November, told The New York Times that he had harassed her last year. Another former aide, Lindsey Boylan, has also accused the governor of sexual harassment.On his talk show, Hasan asked Ocasio-Cortez at what point does Cuomo's behaviour become "untenable.

- Lindsey Boylan says she feels 'sick’ as third woman details harassment claims against Cuomo

- Democratic calls for Cuomo to resign grow louder amid dueling scandals

Biden erases Dr. Seuss from 'Read Across America' proclamation as progressives seek to cancel beloved author

President Biden appears to have erased Dr. Seuss from "Read Across America Day", the annual celebration of reading in honor of the legendary children's author, whose birthday falls on March 2.

While Biden followed presidential tradition in proclaiming Tuesday "Read Across America Day," he bucked his predecessors by leaving out any mention of Dr. Seuss from the proclamation.

The White House didn't immediately return a request for comment on why Dr. Seuss was left out of the proclamation, but the snub comes as progressives have sought to cancel the beloved children's author.

One of Virginia's biggest school districts, Loudoun County Public Schools, reportedly nixed Dr. Seuss from the school's "Read Across America Day" celebration, citing alleged racial "undertones" in his children's books.

America’s Andrew Cuomo Problem

  America’s Andrew Cuomo Problem Why was the New York governor’s reckoning so long in coming?But which myth? Is he Icarus, flying too close to the sun in his premature attempt to claim credit for New York’s public-health prowess, only to have his wings melted by the heat of scandal? Is he Oedipus, brought low by his determination to eclipse his father? Or is he simply Zeus, a powerful man prone to wrathful outbursts and sexual misconduct?

Former President Barack Obama and former President Donald Trump both highlighted Dr. Seuss' contributions in their annual proclamations, a Fox News review of White House archives found. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

In other developments:

-Virginia school system cancels Dr. Seuss, citing racial 'undertones' in writings: report

- Bill Maher's warning to the left: Cancel culture is 'real' and 'coming to a neighborhood near you'

Nikki Haley praises Trump’s ‘strong’ CPAC speech after rebuking him weeks earlier

Former ambassador and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley’s latest comments regarding Donald Trump are raising eyebrows.

A couple of weeks after pointed criticism of the then-president’s comments before the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol, Haley praised Trump in a tweet Sunday night, a couple of hours after the former president’s address at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), his first public appearance and speech since leaving the White House on Jan. 20.

"Strong speech by President Trump about the winning policies of his administration and what the party needs to unite behind moving forward. The liberal media wants a GOP civil war. Not gonna happen," Haley tweeted.

Portrait of a Leader Humblebragging

  Portrait of a Leader Humblebragging In October, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a book-length ode to his leadership style. It has not aged well.The book now looks even more ill-conceived. Since last week, three women have come forward to accuse Cuomo of unwanted sexual advances. Lindsey Boylan, a former Cuomo staffer, alleged that he had “created a culture within his administration where sexual harassment and bullying is so pervasive that it is not only condoned but expected”—and that the governor kissed her against her will while the two were alone in his office.

Haley, who was nominated by Trump and confirmed by Congress as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations during the first two years of the former president’s administration, took aim at Trump in an interview last month, claiming he let down his supporters.

"We need to acknowledge he let us down," the potential 2024 Republican presidential candidate told Politico as she pointed to the deadly insurrection at the Capitol by right-wing extremists and other Trump supporters.

"He went down a path he shouldn’t have, and we shouldn’t have followed him, and we shouldn’t have listened to him. And we can’t let that ever happen again," she said.

Haley acknowledged that Trump's base still remains loyal to the former president but said that going forward, "I think what we need to do is take the good that he built, leave the bad that he did, and get back to a place where we can be a good, valuable, effective party. But at the same time, it’s bigger than the party. I hope our country can come together and figure out how we pull this back." CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

In other developments:

- DeSantis, Noem are breakout stars at CPAC, but Trump maintains grip on party

- CPAC: 5 biggest moments from weekend as Trump returns to stage, conservatives rail against Biden

- Trump declares he won't start a new party at CPAC: 'We have the Republican Party'

Cuomo's Staff Failed to Follow Law by Not Investigating Sex Harassment Claims: Accuser's Lawyer

  Cuomo's Staff Failed to Follow Law by Not Investigating Sex Harassment Claims: Accuser's Lawyer Cuomo'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."Bennett had previously said that on the date in question, Cuomo asked Bennett to turn off a tape recorder she had been using to take dictation in the governor's office. She alleged that he then began propositioning her for sex.

- Nikki Haley says Trump 'let us down'



- California's infamous 'I-5 Strangler' Roger Kibbe found dead in prison cell

- Pelosi tweet from 2015 shows her on panel with Cuomo discussing sexual misconduct

- Ex-CIA Director Brennan says he's 'increasingly embarrassed to be a white male'

- University of Texas alumni threaten to no longer donate amid controversy surrounding school song, emails show

- Reporter Charlie LeDuff to sue Michigan Gov. Whitmer over nursing home coronavirus data

- Paris Hilton says David Letterman 'purposefully' tried to 'humiliate' her during 2007 interview about jail


- California poised for $19 billion surplus, despite COVID-19 lockdowns

- Bernie Sanders fights, but $15 minimum wage is knocked out of COVID-19 relief bill

- Trump property next to Mar-a-Lago hits market for $49M

- Schumer says Senate will take up Biden's $1.9T coronavirus package this week

- Texas power crisis deepens as more companies skip payments due to grid operator

- This Vanguard ETF could make you a multimillionaire with zero effort

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) was a guest on "Hannity" Monday night where he told host Sean Hannity the Democratic Party is "piling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo because he’s made a lot of enemies along the way."

"I haven’t had one person come up to me and ask me about the accusations against Governor Cuomo," Graham said. "This is what I would tell my Democratic colleagues to do – follow the Republican model. We had a Republican nominee for the Supreme Court be accused of something the day before we voted," he added. "We stopped the entire hearing. We had days and weeks of FBI investigation. We took it seriously."

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Andrew Cuomo Says Resigning Over Harassment Allegations Would Be 'Anti-Democratic' .
"There is no way I resign," the embattled New York governor told reporters on Sunday amid mounting pressure.Five women have come forward publicly to accuse the Democratic governor of sexual harassment or inappropriate workplace behavior. The first was Lindsey Boylan, a former Deputy Secretary for Economic Development and Special Advisor in the Cuomo administration, who accused the governor in December of sexually harassing her when she worked for him.

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