De Blasio condemns sexual harassment, doesn’t call for Cuomo to resign

Mayor Bill de Blasio said, this morning in his briefing on Tuesday, March 2, that there needs to be trust in order to govern, but was careful not to directly say that Governor Andrew Cuomo should resign after a third woman has claimed there was inappropriate behavior from the Governor.  

De Blasio said despite the chaos in Albany, he has a lot of faith in the state legislature to pass the budget and protect against cuts to schools and say in land use issues in the city.  The state assembly canceled a session with Cuomo yesterday because of the current scandals.

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