New York Gov. Cuomo Tries To Cut Deal To Avoid Impeachment, But Nobody’s Buying It

Credit: Ben Fractenberg/THE CITY


Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been trying to cut a deal with top state officials, promising not to seek a fourth term if impeachment talks are scuttled — but no one is buying it, a source told THE CITY.

The governor and what’s left of his inner circle have been working the phones, fighting for his political life in the wake the damning Aug. 3 report detailing the sexual harassment allegations of 11 women and what investigators found was retaliation against one who went public.

Cuomo, whose term ends Dec. 31, 2022, has ignored calls for his resignation as the state Assembly pushes ahead with the impeachment process, which lawmakers said could take weeks.

On Monday afternoon, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie (D-Bronx) said he’s not entertaining any possible deals with Cuomo, whom he has not spoken to since February.

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