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A former aide of Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he asked her if she had a boyfriend, called her sweetheart, touched her on her lower back at a reception and once kissed her hand when she rose from her desk.
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Local officials in the Hamptons could face "civil fines and potential criminal liability" over a concert featuring The Chainsmokers that flaunted social distancing restrictions.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo must have a short memory — either that or he’s just trying to distract attention from his administration’s deadly coronavirus failures by criticizing President Trump’s many lifesaving actions.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) said Thursday that Senate Democrats will introduce a measure making Juneteenth a national holiday, the same day Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) announced he will advance a similar measure.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said he would reverse the reopening process for individual parts of the state if they do not abide by social distancing practices, citing thousands of complaints in Manhattan and the Hamptons.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo further criticised the president for his church photo op by bringing his own Bible to a press briefing. The governor, who’s been giving daily briefings since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, opened by condemning Donald Trump for seemingly using the Bible as a prop. “The president held up the Bible the other day in Washington DC,” Mr Cuomo
"I know a lot of the protesters are so annoyed they don't want to hear about Covid anymore," Cuomo said on Tuesday. "Covid is yesterday's news.' No, Covid is still a problem. Covid still kills also, so be mindful and respectful of that."
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New York's governor Andrew Cuomo provides a coronavirus update.
Office of director of US intelligence releases statement after Trump reportedly asked officials to investigate whether virus was made in Chinese lab
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) argued the coronavirus that hit New York state did not come from China but Europe, probably Italy he said. At his Friday coronavirus press briefing, Cuomo said President Trump's China travel ban was too late and the horse had long left the barn. "Researchers now find and they report in some newspapers, the virus was spreading wildly in Italy in February and there was an outbreak, massive outbreak in Italy in February," Cuomo said. "Researchers now say there were likely 28,000 cases in the United States in February, including 10,000 cases in the state of New York and the Coronavirus flu virus that came to New York, did not come from China. It came from Europe." "When you look at the number of flights that came from Europe to New York, the New York metropolitan area, New York and New Jersey during January, February, up to the close down, 13,000 flights bringing 2.2 million people," he said. "All right. So November, December you have the outbreak in China. Everybody knows." "We acted two months after the China outbreak," the governor said. "When you look back, does anyone think the virus was still in China waiting for us to act two months later? We all talk about the global economy and how fast people move and how mobile we are. How can you expect that when you act two months after the outbreak in China, the virus was only in China waiting for us to act? The horse had already left the barn by the time we moved." GOV. ANDREW CUOMO: Last November, December, we knew that China had a virus outbreak. You could read about it in the newspapers, right? Everybody knew. January 26, we know we had the first confirmed case in Seattle, Washington, and California. February 2nd, the president ordered a travel ban from China. March 1st we have the first confirmed case in the state of New York. By March 19th, New York state is totally closed down. No state moved faster from first case to close down then the state of New York. March 16th we have a full travel ban from Europe. Researchers now find and they report in some newspapers, the virus was spreading wildly in Italy in February and there was an outbreak, massive outbreak in Italy in February. Researchers now say there were likely 28,000 cases in the United States in February, including 10,000 cases in the state of New York and the Coronavirus flu virus that came to New York, did not come from China. It came from Europe. When you look at the number of flights that came from Europe to New York, the New York metropolitan area, New York and New Jersey during January, February, up to the close down, 13,000 flights bringing 2.2 million people. All right. So November, December you have the outbreak in China. Everybody knows. January, February, flights are coming from Europe. People are also coming from China in January, until the China closed down and the flights continue to come from Europe until the Europe shutdown. 2.2 million people come to New York and come to New Jersey. We acted two months after the China outbreak. When you look back, does anyone think the virus was still in China waiting for us to act two months later? We all talk about the global economy and how fast people move and how mobile we are. How can you expect that when you act two months after the outbreak in China, the virus was only in China waiting for us to act? The horse had already left the barn by the time we moved. A researcher now says knowing the number of flights coming into New York from Italy, it was like watching a horrible train wreck in slow motion. Those are the flights that were coming from Italy and from Europe, January and February. We closed the front door with the China travel ban, which was right. Even in retrospect, it was right, but we left the back door open because the virus had left China by the time we did the China travel ban. That's what the researchers are now saying with 28,000 cases in the United States saying, with 28,000 cases in the United States, 10,000 in New York. So what is the lesson? An outbreak anywhere is an outbreak everywhere. When you see in November and December an outbreak in China, just assume the next day it's in the United States. When they say it's in China, just assume that virus got on a plane that night and flew to New York, or flew to Newark Airport, and it's now in New York. That has to be the operating mentality, because you don't know that the virus didn't get on a plane. All you need is one person to get on that plane in China and come to New York. The way this virus transfers, that's all you need, and you can't assume two months later the virus is still going to be sitting on a park bench in China waiting for you to get there. That is the lesson, and again, why do we need to learn the lesson? Because they're talking about this happening again with this virus, where it could mutate in China and get on a plane and come right back, or the next virus, or the next pandemic.
US president accused of going into campaign mode after showing selectively edited videos containing praise by one of his most trenchant critics
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) signed an executive order Saturday allowing New Yorkers to obtain marriage licenses and perform ceremonies remotely.
“I wanted to make sure that we received what we ordered,” Pritzker said.
Donald Trump capped another wild week of the coronavirus outbreak by again criticising some of the country’s governors and declaring the United States the “king of ventilators” and his public health team discounted governors’ claims on testing shortages – even as the coronavirus death toll topped 36,000 with 692,000 confirmed cases.
At his daily news briefing, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was asked about a remark by President Trump that questioned the way New York City was reporting "probable" coronavirus deaths. Cuomo said the numbers were accurate and in line with CDC requirements. Watch his remarks.
N.Y. Governor Andrew Cuomo welcomed his brother, recently diagnosed CNN host Chris Cuomo, by video chat to talk about his experience having coronavirus, during his daily state pandemic press conference. Chris Cuomo told his brother he is "barely keeping it together." "I see why it takes people out, you got to rest because your body has a fever because it's fighting the disease," e said. "I'm very lucky. I have a wife, who loves me and keeps me fed. A lot of people are fighting this alone. And I can't imagine that. I can barely, you know, keep it together." Chris Cuomo also spoke of a fever dream he had last night where the governor was "dancing in the dream and you were waving a wand and saying, 'I wish I could make this go away." "And you spun around and then you went away," he said. "Obviously the fever has affected your mental capacity" Gov. Cuomo joked.
The Senate has passed the $2 trillion stimulus package in response to coronavirus. Now, the bill moves on to the House.
President Trump jabbed New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo for a decision he made in 2015 to pass by an opportunity to stock up on ventilators.
Donald Trump made clear Friday that America's lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak will go on for longer than some may expect. "We're not going anywhere. We're going to be here," the president said while applauding Americans for purchasing fewer groceries and supplies than they typically do, allowing others to get what they need as they hunker down at home.
New York's Senate delegation consisting of Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D) and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) called on the federal government to work with state officials to allow coronavirus testing at more New York facilities.
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield speaks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo about the growing number of confirmed Coronavirus cases throughout New York. #CNN #News