December 15th After being accused of sexual harassment by former aide Lindsay Boylan, New York Governor Cuomo responded for the first time on the 14th that it was not true.
Cuomo denied the allegations in an interview, according to ABC. “On Twitter, I fully respect women’s rights, and I support women to express any concerns and any problems encountered at work.
But these tweets are not true at all.” When asked if he remembers commenting on Boylan’s appearance, Cuomo did not answer.
Boylan, 36 years old, served in the Como government from March 2015 to October 2018, first as Executive Vice President of Empire Development Corporation (Public) of New York and then as the Economic Development Adviser to the Governor of New York.
Earlier in December, Boylan tweeted that working for the New York State government was the worst job she had ever done. She sent another article on the 13th and accused Cuomo of sexually harassing her. She tweeted that Cuomo had “sexually harassed me for many years.
Many people have seen it. On the same day, Cuomo’s press secretary Caitlin Girouard responded: “The allegations are groundless.”
Several U.S. media said on the 11th that Biden will soon nominate the Attorney General, and Cuomo, 63, is on the candidate list. Cuomo’s previous response to the coronavirus pandemic has attracted national attention.