Andrew Cuomo Reportedly Being Investigated Over Nursing Home Scandal

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"We're in this business together and we don't cross certain lines and he said I hadn't seen his wrath and that he can destroy me", Kim said of the conversation with Cuomo.

New York Democrats are also working to strip Cuomo of the emergency powers he received last spring.

The Governor blasted Kim, calling him out by name on Wednesday, during a conference call with reporters.

Kim had a response of his own.

Kim says the governor did mention honor during the call, but stands by his original telling of events and plans to continue trying to hold the governor accountable.

"No man has ever spoken to me like that in my entire life", Kim said.

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Assemblyman Kim alleged in interview with The New York Times and CNN that Cuomo threatened to "destroy" him in a phone call last week.

The investigation moved back into the public spotlight in recent weeks after revelations that Cuomo's administration had given the public, and state lawmakers, an incomplete accounting of the number of deaths at nursing homes and assisted living facilities. She admitted that the Cuomo administration had rebuffed a legislative request for the tally in August 2020 when 45th US president Donald Trump, 74, turned it into "a giant political football", according to an audio recording of the meeting obtained by The New York Post.

The full scope of the investigation is not immediately clear, but the sources said there was a particular interest in nursing homes, which have been a source of increasing frustration for Cuomo. They have not yet responded to requests for comment. "I do believe he has a continuing racket where he raises money from the owners of the salons who opposed the salon bill".

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says that the federal government will establish four additional mass vaccination sites to increase the amount of COVID-19 vaccine available to New Yorkers.

"COVID did not get into the nursing homes by people coming from hospitals", Cuomo said.

The letter, sent to Assembly members Tuesday, said Cuomo's administration "deliberately covered up" the extent of deaths in nursing homes and "engaged in an intentional obstruction of justice". "From day one, NY has prioritized equitable vaccination access with aggressive efforts targeted at reaching communities that were hit the hardest by COVID", Cuomo said. Cuomo has denied accusations of obstruction of justice. Kim's statement claims the government asked him to adjust his account to say he had misinterpreted DeRosa and she told legislators they concealed the data because they were already busy processing it for the DOJ.

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