In the waning days of his administration, disgraced Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his staff are focused on trying to salvage what they can of his tarnished reputation instead of dealing with pressing state issues like the botched $2.6 billion rent relief program, say well-placed critics who believe he should have resigned immediately.
Exiting administration officials are “worrying about his freakin’ political future,” state Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-Bronx) fumed to The Post Thursday.
“They’re not worried about making sure this program — almost $3 billion, most of it hasn’t gone out the door, only $156 million has gone out — works,” Rivera said outside a state Senate hearing
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