Gov. Andrew Cuomo accuser Charlotte Bennett said he tasked her with “finding” him a girlfriend — then impatiently asked a day later if she had done so, according to a newly teased clip of her bombshell interview.
Bennett said she was called into the governor’s office on June 6, a Saturday — one day after she claims he made it clear he wanted to “sleep with me.”
“He asked me a few questions about how to use his iPhone and then sends me back to wait,” Bennett said on “CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell” in a segment that aired Friday on “CBS This Morning.”
“And finally, he calls me back in and asks if I’ve found him a girlfriend yet.”
“I said, ‘Not yet.’ I said I was working on it.”
Cuomo’s alleged demand first came when he hauled Bennett, then an executive assistant, into his office to take dictation — but asked her to turn off the recorder.