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De Blasio says nursing home, sex-harass scandal-scarred Cuomo ‘living a life of illusion’


Mayor Bill de Blasio says Andrew Cuomo is “living a life of illusion” when it comes to the governor’s repeated denials of his culpability in scandals involving multiple allegations of sexual harassment and of hiding the true number of COVID-19 deaths among nursing home patients.

“I’m trying to remember the lyric from the song, is it ‘living a life of illusion’ — or ‘living a life of delusion,’ I can’t remember exactly what it was, but that’s what we’re seeing here,” de Blasio said, apparently referring to the Joe Walsh 1981 hit “Life of Illusion” Tuesday during a City Hall press briefing in reference to Cuomo and his latest denials of any wrongdoing.

“It’s clear, with the fact that there was a cover-up of the nursing home scandal is documented. His top aide said it in front of a group of legislators,” de Blasio said, in reference to the stunning admission by secretary to the governor Melissa DeRosa, which was exposed by The Post.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
Mayor Bill de Blasio was critical of Gov. Andrew Cuomo during his daily news conference.

De Blasio continued, “We have numerous women who’ve come forward to talk about sexual assault and harassment — I mean, these things are documented, so I don’t understand how he’s saying that.”

Cuomo on Monday, during his first open press conference in months, fended off a barrage of questions about his mounting scandals.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo
Gov. Andrew Cuomo took questions from the media for the first time in months on April 26, 2021.

The governor was asked whether investigators hired by state Attorney General Letitia James’ office to probe the slew of harassment claims against him might find anything to substantiate them.

Cuomo railed, “The report can’t say anything different because I didn’t do anything wrong.”

The mayor, who has called for Cuomo’s resignation, said Tuesday, “I think the investigations will proceed and I absolutely assume the investigations will prove, in fact, that something very wrong happened.”

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