It’s move out time for New York’s soon to be ex-governor. Cuomo’s resignation will take effect at 11:59 pm on Monday.
Attorney General Letitia James concluded in a report that Cuomo had sexually harassed at least 11 women between 2013 and 2020.
As a result of this report, the governor resigned from his position, and passed along his responsibility to his Lieutenant Governor.
Somewhat ironically, at the time that the report was released James was polling at 9% support among Democrat voters . She held the most support in New York right behind Cuomo himself.
Fox News reported, Big U-Haul trucks were spotted Friday outside New York’s Executive Mansion, three days before the disgraced governor has to vacate the premises for good.
U-Hauls and at least two pickup trucks were parked outside the mansion in Albany first thing in the morning.
As of right now, it’s unclear exactly where the governor plans to move. Will he remain in New York? Or will he flee the state?
More importantly, if he remains, will he be charged criminally for his alleged sexual misconduct?
A New York Post source claims that he plans to move into a West Chester rental property. Public records indicate that the Governor owns no property in his name.