Andrew Cuomo told an editorial board meeting that he had the right to shut down a commission investigating corruption because he created it.

“Gov. Cuomo denies interfering with his anti-corruption commission — but says even if he did, he’s allowed to.

Appearing Wednesday before the Crain’s New York Business editorial board, Cuomo said the commission he formed was his to do with what he wanted.

Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara had called reports Cuomo inteferred with the panel disturbing and did not rule out probing the matter. But Cuomo says there is nothing to probe.

“It’s not a legal question. The Moreland Commission was my commission,” Cuomo explained. “It’s my commission. My subpoena power, my Moreland Commission. I can appoint it, I can disband it. I appoint you, I can un-appoint you tomorrow.”

Put another way, l’etat c’est moi.