Outgoing Lt. Gov. Bob Duffy said he’s waiting for the facts to be sorted in the ongoing Moreland Commission mess, but he told reporters today he expects his “faith will be maintained” in Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Duffy, who is not running for a second term alongside Cuomo, acknowledged the governor last week said he would refrain from commenting on the ongoing controversy, citing U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s investigation.

“I think at this point, it is Mr. Bharara’s investigation,” Duffy said, adding, “He is not going to comment at all on the Moreland investigation. It’s something I don’t have any knowledge and I really can’t comment at all either.”

Duffy referred back to his previous job as a police chief in Rochester, saying it’s important to wait for all information to be available.

“I think the most important thing for people to do is let the facts come out,” he said.

He added that it’s his “my expectation, my hope” that his faith Cuomo will hang through the investigation.

“I’ve been with the governor four years. While I have no direct or indirect knowledge of this stuff, I can tell you with my contact over the last four years, I have faith in him and it’s my expectation, my hope, that that faith will be maintained throughout this whole process. But I think we have to wait and see for the facts to come out,” Duffy said.