Leader of Cuomo impeachment probe warns of 'severe repercussions' after aide's comment

Leader of Cuomo impeachment probe warns of 'severe repercussions' after aide's comment

Leader of Cuomo impeachment probe warns of 'severe repercussions' after aide's comment Head of the State Assembly's investigation responded to a tweet about NY Attorney General Letitia James New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo could be in trouble after the head of his impeachment investigation said an outspoken aide for the governor went too far in a tweet about State Attorney General Letitia James, who is carrying out a separate probe into allegations of sexual harassment. In a letter sent to the governor Wednesday, State Assembly Judiciary Chair Charles Lavine reminded Cuomo that in March he warned him "that neither you nor anyone associated with you engage in intimidation, retaliation," or attempts at either against those who have brought complaints against Cuomo or possible witnesses. GOV. CUOMO GRILLED BY INVESTIGATORS SATURDAY AMID SEXUAL HARASSMENT PROBE "It is therefore difficult for me to comprehend your communications director tweeting that Attorney General James, whose office is conducting a parallel investigation, ‘says she may run against the governor,’" Lavine wrote. "It is obvious that attempts to demean the Attorney General serve as well to …
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