Cuomo: Making someone ‘feel uncomfortable’ is not harassment
Andrew Cuomo listens during a coronavirus news conference at the governor's Manhattan office March 2, 2020. - Barry Williams/New York Daily News/TNS

ALBANY — A defensive Gov. Andrew Cuomo came up with his own definition of sexual harassment on Thursday as he sparred with reporters and again flatly denied any wrongdoing. The scandal-scarred governor, accused of sexual harassment and misconduct by multiple women, attempted to play devil’s advocate when asked how his initial apology for making anyone uncomfortable jives with state laws that clearly say his intent is irrelevant. “Harassment is not making someone feel uncomfortable. That is not harassment,” he said during an appearance in the Bronx. “If I just made you feel uncomfortable, that ...