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Governor and former AG of New York doesn't appear to understand his own state's definition of sexual harassment

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a press conference today that if he somehow made women feel uncomfortable in the past, that’s not necessarily sexual harassment.


“If I just made you feel uncomfortable, that is not harassment. That’s you feeling uncomfortable,” said the former Attorney General of the state who should know a thing or two about laws and such:

Gov. Cuomo, you earned this:

Watch for yourself:

He made the comment to reporter Rebecca Lewis:


And now multiple journos are pointing out that Cuomo’s interpretation of NYS law is incorrect:


Maybe he missed this day in law school?


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