New York Democrat: There is a pattern of Cuomo using White House ties to evade accountability

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ALBANY, NY- New York State Assemblyman Ron Kim, whom soon-to-be ex-governor of New York Andrew Cuomo promised to “destroy” last February said that while he was gratified that Cuomo resigned, he was “disappointed” by the decision to stop the impeachment inquiry into Cuomo.

He said the decision was “dropped abruptly” and criticized those who made the decision for “hiding behind their legal defense,” Newsweek reported.

Kim said that aside from removing Cuomo from office, an impeachment is designed “to remove and ban an unfit official from seeking public office again Kim told Fox News host Neil Cavuto on Saturday.

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According to Breitbart News, on Thursday’s broadcast of Hill.TV’s “Rising,” Kim said:

“There is a pattern [of Cuomo] using his personal ties to the White House to dodge accountability.” Kim noted that Joe Biden “has a national responsibility, an ethical duty to see this through, to make sure that the people, the thousands of people who lost their loved ones due to Cuomo’s poor judgment and mishandling get their justice soon.”

Kim said the DOJ investigation should be resumed, adding:

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“There is a pattern here of Cuomo using his personal ties to the White House to dodge accountability. Ronan Farrow did another big report a couple of days ago about how he did the same thing with Obama…if there’s a pattern that’s going on, right now, Joe Biden now has a national responsibility, an ethical duty to see this through, to make sure that the people, the thousands of people who lost their loved ones due to Cuomo’s poor judgment and mishandling get their justice very soon.”

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