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Gov. Andrew Cuomo provides updates at his daily briefing on the coronavirus pandemic in New York.

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Trump, who announced guidelines for states to start opening their economies, has lurched from slamming Democratic governors, to saying he has developed friendships with them and back to attacking them. In a series of combative tweets Friday, Trump defended his performance on the virus, renewed his criticism of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and attacked his predecessor, President Barack Obama.

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  1. I'm the one guy who says don't force the stupid people to be quiet. I want to know who the morons are. Mark Cuban
    , I wonder if all of those pushing to reopen the businesses, shops etc… would have a change of heart if they became ill or one of her immediate family members became sick. Open up your businesses and offer your services I am sure you are going to have a lot of people shopping around risking their life to buy a shirt, a blouse, or to dine in a nice restaurant, people wake up why dont you push instead for a vaccine at least with a vaccine we will have a chance of surviving this virus. For businesses to flourish you must have consumers and if the consumers are being wiped out by a killer virus, then who is going to shop and/or buy your products?

  2. great video keep it up bro

  3. New York Gov. Cuomo unveils multistate coalition to reopen economy after coronavirus

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  4. This guy should be president

  5. When can the public start getting reasonably priced American made health grade masks based on science?

  6. What is he auditioning for ?

  7. Laughing, this is as stupid as it gets.

  8. Global markets about to meltdown and no one's the wiser since economies were turned off.

  9. Get ready New York Wii be begging like we all owe them something. Call Jay z and your homies. Hell call como ask Fido.

  10. Keep the North East shut down. They need to self reflect longer.

  11. This guy is a disgrace. New Yorkers have more mouth than a sick ass on a jersey cow. Help your damn selves

  12. I live in New York and this dude is making it hell here

  13. you get TESTED NEGATIVE TODAY , WHAT ABOUT THE OTHER 364 DAYS

  14. BLOOD ON TRUMP’S HANDS: A THOROUGH INVESTIGATION INTO TRUMP’S CORONAVIRUS DEBACLE MAY REVEAL CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE.

    “In criminal law, criminal negligence is a surrogate mens rea (Latin for "guilty mind") required to constitute a conventional as opposed to strict liability offense. It is not, strictly speaking, a mens rea because it refers to an objective standard of behaviour expected of the defendant and does not refer to their mental state.[1]

    Concept
    To constitute a crime, there must be an actus reus (Latin for "guilty act") accompanied by the mens rea (see concurrence). Negligence shows the least level of culpability, intention being the most serious, and recklessness being of intermediate seriousness, overlapping with gross negligence. The distinction between recklessness and criminal negligence lies in the presence or absence of foresight as to the prohibited consequences. Recklessness is usually described as a "malfeasance" where the defendant knowingly exposes another to the risk of injury. The fault lies in being willing to run the risk. But criminal negligence is a "misfeasance" or "nonfeasance" (see omission), where the fault lies in the failure to foresee and so allow otherwise avoidable dangers to manifest. In some cases this failure can rise to the level of willful blindness, where the individual intentionally avoids adverting to the reality of a situation. (In the United States, there may sometimes be a slightly different interpretation for willful blindness.) The degree of culpability is determined by applying a reasonable-person standard. Criminal negligence becomes "gross" when the failure to foresee involves a "wanton disregard for human life" (see the discussion in corporate manslaughter).” Wikipedia

    IF THERE IS ENOUGH EVIDENCE THAT TRUMP KNOWINGLY PLACE AMERICANS IN PERIL – TO HIDE EVIDENCE OF POOR DECISIONS THAT COULD ALTER THE OUTCOME OF AN ELECTION – THAT IS A CRIMINAL ACT.
    @t

  15. That fool just talks shit and he wants to make him self a God now and a great person. But the truth come in Trump is backing the fool it to make him get throght all the shit now. Grow up New York look through all the shit now. God bless yall

  16. New York may not open for 3 months it's too bad there

  17. Has this man every heard of the constitution of rights

  18. Hey New York State are you in a foreclosure state of mind yet?

  19. It wasn't long ago that the president wanted to close this country down at least when it comes to immigration. Today during a world pandemic he wants to open it up so he can go back to saying get a job stop being bum don't be a Democrat there are no free rides for criminals. Everybody knows snowflakes don't want a job only bullies do. Maybe he's right I always wanted to be an undertaker when I grew up.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dx_5eevRpHc

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