It’s been over two months since New York Attorney General Tish James began investigating multiple allegations of sexual harassment against Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The governor, who at first expressed confidence in James’ ability to be objective, has increasingly questioned her motives.
When the allegations -- which include incidents of unwanted kisses, hugging, and in one instance, groping under an aide’s blouse -- first became known, the governor was contrite. He denied any wrongdoing, but he said in early March that he did not mean for any of his actions to harm anyone.