October 21, 2021

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Andrew Cuomo’s defense was criticized

Andrew Cuomo's defense was criticized

(New York) Andrew Cuomo claimed that his actions were misunderstood and his words misunderstood. He pleaded that it was cultural: he hugged, kissed, he said ” Hi beautiful “- He’s like that. He even believes it’s a generational thing: sometimes, he pours into a” girlfriend “, sometimes he tells inappropriate jokes.


Jocelyn Nowak and Mallika Sen.
Associated Press

But of all the New York state governor’s responses that he found in the investigation that he sexually abused 11 women, many women – especially victims of sexual harassment – used one of his accusers to use the sexual harassment of family members to explain his own behavior.

They concluded that the allegations ranged from inappropriate remarks to forced kissing and unwanted touching.

In a statement recorded on Tuesday, Mr Cuomo denied any wrongdoing, but apologized to two suspects, including former political activist Charlotte Bennett. He continued it when he interviewed Mr.To me Bennett talks about his love life in a misunderstood attempt to help him deal with the pain of past sexual harassment. He talked about one of his family members who was the same age as her who had been sexually abused in high school.

He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations. ” Write in an open letter.

Tarana Burke, a victim and activist who found her name in the #Metoo movement, wrote in an email to the Associated Press: . “Aggression: Put the stories of the victims first”.

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“There are 11 women, their stories have been confirmed, the governor has been harassed. His family history will not liberate him and he will not be able to shield someone else’s wounds,” he said.To me Burke.

For Emily Martin, vice president of the National Center for Women’s Rights, Cuomo is trying to portray himself as a “hero for survivors of sexual harassment, especially as the decision report reveals everything.” Survey.

When asked by the PA immediately after the governor’s announcement, MTo me Bennett himself called his former boss’ apology “minor.” She believes Mr. Cuomo is really “sorry, he’s resigning.”

On Wednesday ABC, Governor Cuomo “suggested that survivors of trauma and sexual harassment could not distinguish between mentorship or leadership and actual sexual harassment.”

“It’s not just me, it’s a disgrace to every living thing I heard yesterday.”