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Cuomo brings his things to the sister's house

Yes, Cuomo does. (A matching advertising message adorns a U-Haul moving van in front of the governor’s mansion in Albany, New York, on Friday.)
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With his last day in office approaching on Monday, Andrew Cuomo has begun clearing the governor’s mansion. Moving trucks and an Office of General Services SUV were loaded at the Albany mansion on Friday morning. It remains unclear where the disgraced, soon-to-be-homeless governor will live at 12:01 p.m. on Tuesday. When asked from New York last week where he would live next, Cuomo replied, “I don’t know what I’m going to do,” but “I’ll find out.” Now the New York Post has determined that at least a lot of Cuomo’s belongings will be living in his sister’s house in Westchester County.

The post followed two U-Haul trucks from the governor’s mansion to the home of Maria Cuomo-Cole and her husband, designer and fan-in-law Kenneth Cole, on Friday afternoon. An attempt to hide the truck’s final destination failed:

The driver of one of the two U-Haul trucks revealed an apparent attempt to hide Cuomo’s future whereabouts and told the Post on Friday that he had been instructed to drive “to the Tappan Zee” bridge – and only received it after about 30 seconds an address before you drive to the property. The removal worker said he had not received any information about who he was dragging boxes to.

It’s not clear if Cuomo will follow his belongings to the nearly $ 3 million Coles mansion, which says “Five Chimneys” according to a sign outside. The Post says the house has “an obvious guest house” and reported that a source close to the governor claimed, “He’s storing some things at his sister’s house and will be at the mansion by Tuesday.”

If Cuomo’s possible stay with his sister is temporary, Intelligencer has suggested a few other ideas.

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