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Malliotakis on Cuomo Resignation: New York Can Start to Heal and Move on

STATEN ISLAND, NY – On August 10, Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (NY-11) issued the following statement regarding New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's resignation:

“Today’s resignation by Governor Andrew Cuomo is an important first step forward for our state and its citizens. Lieutenant Governor Hochul has a huge job ahead of her; bringing our state together and dealing with the many challenges we face. Over the years, the Lt. Governor and I have crossed paths on a number of occasions. I wish her well in the days and months ahead and I pledge to work with her, where possible, for New Yorkers.

“While today’s resignation doesn’t heal the trauma and hurt felt by the women over Governor Cuomo's sexual misconduct or the New Yorkers who lost loved ones in a nursing home due to his poor decisions, it does open the door for the process of healing to begin. There are no excuses for the offenses that these women charged him and hopefully our legal system will deliver the justice they deserve. But, the Governor’s resignation leaves many questions unanswered, including his administration’s alleged cover-up in the nursing home scandal and the payday he received by utilizing his staff and state resources to write a book. The legislature must address these issues in a forthright and transparent manner.”

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