Gov. Andrew Cuomo breaks silence over allegations he used power to influence Moreland Commission
Gov. Andrew Cuomo broke his silence Monday about allegations that he used his power to influence a corruption panel that he created.
A recent New York Times article says Cuomo's top aide pressured commissioners not to investigate some of his campaign donors and supporters before the panel was abruptly disbanded.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara says his office will review the files.