Is This the End of Cuomo?

Governor Andrew Cuomo (D., N.Y.) speaks at a vaccination site in New York, March 8, 2021. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)
If impeached, he’d lose his political powers. That might force his resignation.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE E mbattled New York governor Andrew Cuomo insists he will never resign, and observers believe that he’s shameless enough to try to ride out his twin nursing-home and sexual-harassment scandals.

“People have short attention spans; I think he’s counting on that,” former GOP congressman Peter King told Newsmax TV.

After all, two years ago, Virginia governor Ralph Northam was also urged by his fellow Democrats to resign after racist photos of him surfaced, including one from his 1984 medical-school yearbook. Northam apologized, rather vaguely, but refused to resign. He remains in office today.

But events may yet break Cuomo’s hold on the governor’s mansion.

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