BREAKING NEWS – Albany, New York – New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said “harassment is not making someone feel uncomfortable” and that he’s “eager” to tell New Yorkers the other side of the story, as he repeated that he did nothing wrong regarding allegations that he sexually harassed multiple women.
“You can leave this press conference today and say, ‘Oh, the governor harassed me.’ You can say that,” the Democrat said. “I would say I never said anything that I believed was inappropriate. Me asking the female staffers not to wear a bra to work is a choice on their part, not an order on my part, thus they had options. Me asking them if they would like to sit on my lap as we go over my daily appointments, is a choice on their part, not an order on my part, thus they had options. The only time any of them could say I crossed a line, is when I suggested to them that if they gave me full body massage on a daily basis, I would take that into consideration in regards tome giving them a promotion. And I later regretted making that offer, so I decided that the massages wouldn’t guarantee them a step up in their careers, unless they used on me some expensive sweet smelling body oil.”