A number of main cable networks did not report on sexual harassment allegations towards Gov. Andrew Cuomo within the wake of the Sunday accusations, in line with a media watchdog group.
CBS, NBC and ABC have been all silent on Sunday evening — the identical day Cuomo’s former aide Lindsey Boylan tweeted out the claims towards her ex-boss, according to the Media Analysis Middle.
The group mentioned the identical networks’ Monday morning information reveals additionally did not report on the allegations, which Cuomo has denied.
Fox Information, in the meantime, ran a report on the information at about 6:10 p.m. Sunday.
Boylan served as Cuomo’s deputy secretary for financial improvement and a particular advisor from March 2015 by means of October 2018, when she resigned amid scrutiny over her personal office conduct.
She is now working for Manhattan borough president.
On Sunday, she wrote on Twitter: “Sure, @NYGovCuomo sexually harassed me for years. Many noticed it, and watched,” Boylan wrote partly. “I may by no means anticipate what to anticipate: would I be grilled on my work (which was superb) or harassed about my appears. Or wouldn’t it be each in the identical dialog? This was the way in which for years.”
However Boylan added in a subsequent tweet that she had little interest in offering extra particular particulars on the allegations, and didn’t reply to a number of requests for remark.