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Capital Pressroom host shares insights into Cuomo sexual harassment transcripts

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Transcripts of the interviews in the sexual harassment investigation of former Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his victims, as released by Attorney General Letitia James in mid-November 2021

New York's attorney general has released hundreds of pages of transcripts of interviews conducted during an investigation into sexual harassment allegations made against former Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The transcripts, released Wednesday, included Cuomo's interview with the independent investigators hired by Attorney General Letitia James.

"This was, basically, raw, uncut Cuomo," said David Lombardo, host of Capital Pressroom during a morning conversation with WBFO.

"This is the governor that people are familiar with. He was antagonistic. He was a little smarmy. He was someone, while recognizing he was in a very difficult position, felt the need to flex his muscles at times."

Yesterday's release also featured transcribed interviews with other accusers who have gone public, including Charlotte Bennett, Brittany Commisso and Lindsey Boylan.

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