By JOHN KANELIS / firstname.lastname@example.org
It is beginning to look to me as though Andrew Cuomo’s tenure as New York governor might be about to pass into history.
The Democratic politician is getting plenty of pressure to resign and it is coming from senior members of the state’s congressional delegation. He stands accused of sexual harassment by at least seven women, not to mention the scandal that erupted before this stuff arrived about the undercounting of COVID deaths among nursing home residents.
President Nixon faced similar pressure in August 1974 when the Watergate scandal was about to produce a certain impeachment. Senior congressional Republicans went to the White House to inform Nixon that his tenure as president was toast, that he had no support in Congress. Nixon quit.
Impeachment looms just ahead for Cuomo.
It looks as though there might be something similar is building in the New York statehouse.