Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) told Bloomberg that if he had to do it all over, he wouldn’t have resigned.
Said Cuomo: “I never resigned because I said I did something wrong. I said, I’m resigning because I don’t want to be a distraction.”
“During the interview, Cuomo studiously deflected questions about his political future, repeatedly changing the subject to his sense of anger and betrayal over the probe… He said he can’t begin to talk about his political future until he’s gotten some measure of closure on the Attorney General’s report, preferring instead to re-litigate the details of the accusations against him and the credibility of his accusers.”