SUNY Chancellor James Malatras was grilled by investigators for allegedly pitching in on disgraced ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s $5.1 million COVID-19 memoir during normal work hours, The Post has learned.
Malatras told attorneys for the Assembly Judiciary Committee — whose ongoing probe into Cuomo includes whether he illegally used staff and other government resources to write his self-congratulatory tome — that he helped edit and fact-check the manuscript last summer before he was selected SUNY chancellor, according to sources.
“Malatras admitted to the investigators that he worked on the book during work hours,” said the source familiar with the investigation. “Working on a 300-page manuscript is not a
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