While the media circus gathers in Albany, New York covering the latest sexual harrassent allegations against Governor Cuomo, the Gov. himself appears to be staying relaxed, calm and as cool as can be.  And as the near tidal wave of former allies call for his resignation, the Governor on Thursday remained afloat, chilling poolside with his secretary.

Wonder if he was catching up on the days news?

Photos obtained by the New York Post show Governor Cuomo chillin' like a villian, sitting poolside at his Albany mansion while allegations threaten to sink his career.

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According to the New York Post, the photos obtained show the disgraced Governor hanging out with a woman they claim to be his secretary Stephanie Benton at his sprawling mansion at138 Eagle St, Albany, NY.

The blonde Benton is seen sitting on the ground - even though a a perfectly good chair is adjacent to the Governor - while she scrolls through a laptop.  The Gov. doesn't appear to ready for a dip anytime soon, seen dressed in Sketchers, khakis and baby blue polo.

Benton, according to wiki.projecttopics.org, is (or was) the "executive secretary to the Attorney General based in New York, United States."

Ironically enough, according to the source, Benton "is also one of the women who have faced sexual abuse from the Governor."

According to sources, many "high-powered Democrats are calling for Governor Cuomo to resign. The list includes Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan, Senator Chuck Schumer, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and President Joe Biden."

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