Andrew Cuomo seems hopelessly corrupt

Later On

First he established a commission to investigate corruption, and then, when it looked as though the investigation might lead to him, he quickly shut it down. And now we see his corruption has early roots, prior to his governorship. Justin Elliott reports for ProPublica:

Previously undisclosed emails by a mortgage industry lobbyist doubling as a consultant for then Attorney General Andrew Cuomo show the lobbyist played a self-described “critical role” in one of Cuomo’s signature financial crisis investigations.

The emails from 2007 and 2008 detail how the lobbyist, longtime Cuomo confidantHoward Glaser, was involved in an investigation of mortgage industry players that included Glaser’s own clients.

In one email, Glaser touted his influence over a Cuomo deal that weakened rules to prevent misdeeds in the mortgage market. That deal, with mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, reflected Glaser’s “significant, critical, and current input,” he…

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