NY Governor’s future uncertain as probe concludes he sexually harassed multiple women | The World

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is facing mounting pressure to resign, after a damning investigation found he sexually harassed nearly a dozen women. Many of his accusers say they didn’t report his advances because they feared retaliation. While Cuomo denies touching anyone inappropriately, The Hill’s Julia Manchester tells The World his political future hangs in the balance as lawmakers weigh up impeachment proceedings.

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