NEW YORK — New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Thursday defended his decision to have dinner this week with former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who resigned from office in August after the state attorney general corroborated claims he had sexually harassed multiple women.
“I’m going to sit down with everyone. No stone will be left unturned to get my city back up and operating,” Adams said in a Thursday morning interview on PIX11 News in New York. “And those who don’t understand that just have
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