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Embattled Gov. Andrew Cuomo spent time Saturday with his best — and maybe only — friend left in Albany.
The governor, who is facing accusations he sexually harassed current and former workers, was spotted outside the Executive Mansion with his dog Captain.
The First Dog, a 3-and-a-half-year-old Siberian-shepherd-Malamute mix, loyally stood alongside his embattled owner — unlike most of the Empire State’s Democratic leaders, who have abandoned Cuomo after Attorney General Letitia James released the results of an independent sexual harassment probe Tuesday.
Cuomo has not made any public appearances since the scathing report came out.
On Wednesday, he lounged at the Executive Mansion’s pool with his feet up while his secretary worked nearby on a laptop.
On Saturday, Cuomo was photographed strolling around mansion grounds wearing khaki pants and a polo shirt, a phone tightly pressed to his ear.
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