Investigators grilled New York Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo for 11 hours last month as they look into allegations of sexual misconduct both in the workplace and at the governor’s mansion, according to reports.
The interviews under oath were led by former prosecutor Joon Kim and employment lawyer and got contentious at times, with Cuomo questioning Kim’s “fairness and independence,” The New York Times reported.
The investigation is nearly complete and a report to New York Democrat Attorney General Letitia James is expected in August, sources told The Wall Street Journal. That report will also be reviewed by . . .