New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is defiantly rebuffing calls, including those from within his own party for his resignations, telling them there is “no way” he is resigning just based solely on the recent allegations of sexual harassment lodged against him and insisting that he would not be “distracted” as he is focused on getting the state budget approved before April 1.
Cruz Calls For Congressional Probe of ‘Possibly Criminal’ Cuomo’s Nursing Home Scandal
A group of nine Republican senators led by Ted Cruz (R-TX) late Wednesday is calling on Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Dick Durbin (D-IL) to open an investigation into the “cover-up” into Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s growing nursing home death scandal and wants to start scheduling hearings right away.
Cuomo Aide Admits Coverup Of Nursing Home COVID Death
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) top aide privately told Democratic state lawmakers that they withheld the state’s total count data of the nursing home death toll of COVID-19, out of fear that the true numbers would “be used against us” in a possible investigation by the Trump Justice Department, according to the New York Post latest bombshell report.
Biden On Hunter’s Upcoming Memoir: ‘My Boy’s Back’
President Biden reflected on his younger son, Hunter Biden struggles with substance abuse in the past, declaring that “my boy’s back,” while emotionally discussing the “honesty” reading about his problems detailed in the upcoming memoir.
Hunter Biden To Release Memoir ‘Beautiful Things’ During President Biden First 100 Day
Hunter Biden, the son of President Biden who leveraged his father’s position when he was Vice President to secure overseas business deals and is currently under federal investigation for his “tax affairs,” plans to release a memoir about his battle with substance abuse.
New York Democratic Chairman Warns Ocasio-Cortez Not To Challenge Schumer
New York Democratic party chairman issued a strong warning to progressive Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) not to launch a 2022 Democratic primary challenge against Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, saying the sophomore lawmaker would “absolutely” lose if she dares goes head-to-head with the powerful New York lawmaker.