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TRUMP TO GOV CUOMO: ‘National Security Far Exceeds Politics,’ Lower Taxes Now!

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.13.20

President Trump didn’t mince words when discussing his upcoming White House meeting with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo; telling the leading Democrat “national security far exceeds politics.”

“I’m seeing Governor Cuomo today at The White House. He must understand that National Security far exceeds politics. New York must stop all of its unnecessary lawsuits & harassment, start cleaning itself up, and lowering taxes. Build relationships, but don’t bring Fredo!” posted Trump on Twitter.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation last year giving illegal immigrant’s access to driver’s licenses throughout the state; sparking new fears the documentation could be used for voter fraud and other potential complications.

“Cuomo’s action came despite throwing supporters a last minute curveball by asking the state’s top civil attorney, Solicitor General Barbara Underwood, to review the measure for possible safety concerns — threatening to veto it if he didn’t like her assessment,” reports the NY Post.

“You could create a database for the feds to use to actually track down undocumented people,” Cuomo said on WAMC radio. “California passed a law, and they are now in litigation.”

“The legislation is well-crafted and contains ample protections for those who apply for driver’s licenses. If this bill is enacted and challenged in court, we will vigorously defend it,” said New York Attorney General Tish James.

The proposal passed the state Senate by a razor-thin 33-29 vote.

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