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Cuomo Questions Neutrality of AG Investigators
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo questions the neutrality of the lawyers hired to investigate allegations of sexual harassment the women have alleged the governor inappropriately kissed or touched them or made inappropriate sexual remarks as for the investigators I have concerns as to the independence of the reviewers almost as this is happening in a political system tracks trump on the punt ideology and I am eager for the truth to come out and when that happens new Yorkers will be shocked at what they have heard about this versus what they know about it separately another team of lawyers working for the state assembly is investigating whether there are grounds to impeach Cuomo I met Donahue
U.S. Will Not Investigate Nursing Home Deaths in New York
"Pouring in after the Department of Justice says they will stop investigating New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for allegedly violating the rights of nursing home residents. The Department of Justice says it did start a probe in October of 2020 involving two nursing homes in New Jersey. Meanwhile, in New York, Pennsylvania and Michigan, there will be no further inquiry. As of right now, Governor Andrew Cuomo has faced backlash over an order from March 25th 2020 it require nursing homes except recovering covid night. Patients, according to a report by the state Attorney General Cuomo's administration under reported the number of deaths by not including residents who died at the hospital. This DOJ letter, prompting fiery backlash from critics who say more needs to be done. Foxes Alex Hogan reporting America is listening to Fox News.
DOJ Says No Probe Into State-Run Nursing Homes in New York
"According to a letter sent to several Republican members of Congress the justice department has decided not to open a civil rights investigation into government run nursing homes in New York under the trump administration the justice department's civil rights division requested data last August from four states New York New Jersey Pennsylvania and Michigan about the number of covert nineteen infections and deaths in public nursing homes new York's governor Andrew Cuomo who's a Democrat had previously accused the trump administration of initiating the investigation for only political reasons just under sixteen thousand people have died in nursing homes and assisted living residences in New York the state's original death count had been a lot lower because it had excluded thousands of people who got infected in nursing homes but died in hospitals I'm surely upper
Cuomo Faces Questioning, Other Fallout From Harassment Probe
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo is facing questioning today as the investigation into sexual harassment and misconduct allegations against him appears to be nearing an end the four month investigation has already included interviews with many of the governors accusers including several former aides who accused Cuomo of unwanted kisses touches groping and inappropriate sexual remarks all of which Cuomo denies the governor is being questioned by outside investigators as part of the state attorney general's probe the Democrat is expected to be placed under oath which exposes Cuomo to potential perjury charges if he makes intentionally false statements Cuomo in office since twenty eleven has rebuffed calls to resign instead he's moving forward with plans to run for a fourth term Julie Walker New York
New York Lifts Covid Curbs With 70% of Adults Vaccinated
"Once considered the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the US now 70% of all adults living in the state have received at least one dose of the Covid vaccine. Governor Andrew Cuomo, making this announcement about state mandated restrictions are relaxed as of today, effective immediately, a latest restrictions lifted include the size of gatherings, businesses will no longer have to follow social distancing rules. New Yorkers How However, still must wear a face mask on buses and subways as well as in hospitals and schools. Tom
New York Governor Frustrated by Low Vax Uptake in Some Regions
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo's expressing frustration with the low rate of vaccinations and some areas far Rockaway queens Williamsburg Brooklyn Rochester city the governor says he hopes that by naming the zip codes in New York that have the lowest vaccination rate still inspire local health officials to target those regions the bottom ten percent of the zip codes are below thirty six percent Cuomo says the name and shame tactic work with hospitals that were slower to vaccinate their staff at the beginning of the vaccination drive focus your resources there I'm Jennifer king
The Latest: Alabama governor signs ‘vaccine passport’ ban
"States are ramping up promotions to get vaccinated first in New York there was VAX and scratch you get vaccinated you'll get a lottery scratch ticket that's not all I shop in the park New York governor Andrew Cuomo was offering an incentive leading up to the Memorial Day weekend if you get a vaccine this week anytime this week you will get a two day family pass to any state court in Ohio it's almost time for the first backs a million lottery drawing two million seven hundred and fifty eight thousand four hundred and seventy Ohioans have registered for the one million dollar drawing governor Mike DeWine says winners can also choose a full ride scholarship to a four year university in Ohio I'm at Donahue
Little Island Park Is Open to the Public in New York City
"Ross. Sorkin is live from the little island. Off the west side of manhattan. This is a new park. That's opening to the public today andrew. How's your commute. It was great. it was easy We are at the little island This is an island. That was created by barry diller donation of two hundred sixty million dollars effectively from himself and devi f- It is one of the great gifts to new york. It opens today literally at six. Am as we speak. This park is opening to the public for the very very first time. It has been more than a decade in the making. You might recall that. There was a massive fight over the pier which was used to be called pier fifty four Turned into this remarkable over two acres. has all sorts of Different component parts one hundred and thirty two almost cement tulips That have lifted up this platform. And it's a jewel box right here in new york city Barry diller point walked away from the project after there was a lot of consternation and battling by folks right here on the west side For all sorts of reasons Andrew cuomo Governor andrew cuomo ended up Renegotiating a delivery came back to the table. Put up the money and here. We are his dream realized. And we're going to spend some time with barry diller media mogul and benefactor of The little island so much to talk about In terms of the creation of really one of the the the newest parks you don't a generation Moments in this city and of course we're gonna talk about the media deal of the week Between warner and discovery and how it's changed the landscape and so much more and that's what we're doing here this morning.
CNN: Chris Cuomo Erred in Advising Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Misconduct Claims
"Chris Cuomo is apologizing for getting involved in phone calls with the staff of his brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The Washington Post reports. Chris was involved in strategy sessions on how to respond to sexual harassment allegations against his older brother. CNN says it was inappropriate. It won't take action. Another
Vax and Scratch: NY Offers $5M Lottery for Newly Vaccinated
"The state of New York is trying to pick up a slowing rate of corona virus vaccinations it will start next week VAX and scratch New York governor Andrew Cuomo says this is similar to what other states are doing you get a vaccination and you get a lottery ticket for the five million dollar mega multiplier New York state lottery the governor says this is a situation where everyone wins you have a one in nine chance of winning the lottery but you get the vaccine and you win about forty three percent of new Yorkers are fully vaccinated the state is also planning to set up pop up vaccination sites at seven airports I'm a Donahue
New York to let vaccinated people ditch masks
"New York will change its mask mandates this week. Governor Andrew Cuomo effective this Wednesday. We're going to adopt the C D. C s new guidance and regulations on masks and social distancing for Vaccinated people, meaning only unvaccinated people need continue wearing masks,
Andrew Cuomo’s Communications Director Become Latest Staffer to Resign
"News Room. Governor Andrew Cuomo was communications director Peter Ajemian has resigned. That's the latest and a growing number of staff departures as Cuomo faces investigations over sexual harassment allegations and nursing home deaths. A gem. Ian's last
Broadway readies imminent ticket sales for a fall reopening
"When you give your regards to Broadway there's a chance you can do that sooner than you might have thought the length of the great white way will soon be late again your governor Andrew Cuomo saying the curtains can go off on Broadway productions this fall the date September fourteenth and Cuomo says each theater can decide their own entry requirements like whether or not people must have proof of vaccines to attend Cuomo says the key to success is having as many people as possible get those shots if you said the people were one hundred percent vaccinated don't worry about the person to the right don't worry worry about the person to the left it's a hundred percent vaccinated I think could be a safer environment for people to go to tickets will go on sale in the coming days giving productions a way to gauge how many are interested in going to the theaters once they do re open in the fall I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Cuomo Says 'Major Reopening' of New York to Begin May 19
"Reopen New York Governor Andrew Cuomo joining hereby states, New Jersey and Connecticut in announcing reopening plans at full capacity for most businesses on May 19th point at a point now where we're going to take a major step forward. In
Cuomo facing new probe over alleged misuse of state resources
"This afternoon Did New York Governor Andrew Cuomo used state resource is to write and promote his book on leadership in the Cove in 19 pandemic, the state's comptroller's office wants to know. And today it authorized the state attorney's general's office to investigate whether Cuomo broke state laws. The governor's office has not provided direct responses to a list of questions from The Associated Press, including the total number of staffers who helped Cuomo with the book and whether Cuomo received compensation based on how many books were sold. The governor said today. Some people who he mentioned it in the book volunteered to review It
7-Year-Old Fatally Shot in McDonald's Drive-Thru in Chicago
"In Chicago or father wounded attack yesterday, remains under investigation. Chicago police say seven year old jazz Lynne Adams was shot repeatedly and died at a nearby hospital. According to a worker at the restaurant to people in the drive through Lane got out of the car and began firing into a vehicle Jasmine and her father were in. Jonty Adams was shot in the upper body. Police say he's listed in serious condition. The shooter's air not in custody. A motive is not yet been determined. The Chicago Tribune reports the father may have been the target because of gang ties. Mere Lori Lightfoot called the child's killing unthinkable in a tweet gurnal. Scott Fox News. Another probe targeting New York governor Andrew Cuomo was
New York State Is Set to Raise Taxes on Those Earning Over $1 Million
"It's time to check in with our correspondent in the big apple. That's henry reese sheridan. Today he delves like an over caffeinated accountant into the controversial plan to raise taxes on the rich in new york. Take it away henry. New york contains an enormous number of very rich people. The figures for twenty twenty onto yet but in two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred ten thousand four hundred thirty five ultra high net worth individuals. There's people with more than thirty million. Us dollars in that worth called the big apple home. That's more than any other city in the world. New relationship to its rich residents is fraught one on the one hand. Presence of very rich people brings prestige spending power and lots of tax dollars on the other hand. New york city's rich are extremely good as segregating themselves from the rest of society particularly in the fields of education healthcare and housing when not extracting a service from them the less wealthy of new york no the richer here and they're told by politicians from the right to the center of the political spectrum to feel thankful for that but it can be difficult to understand whether tax dollars of the wealthier going when the city's basic infrastructure is in such bad shape politicians a scared to tax the rich as individual careerists. They fear wealthy donors will abandon them if taxes are raised and all but the most leftist governments tend to be swayed by the belief that the wealthy will leave if they are taxed too heavily. Decimating the tax base. This is why historically new york governor andrew cuomo has been soft on taxing the rich in fact cuomo is so scared of the rich leaving new york city. He's willing to go to extreme measures to keep them here.
New York is latest state to legalize recreational marijuana
"New York has become the latest state in the U. S. To legalize the recreational use of marijuana. The new law allows people to freely use cannabis in public spaces and those convicted of marijuana related crimes in the past. We'll have their records expunged. The move is also seen as having huge financial benefits to the state's economy. Business correspondent Katie Silver has more The New York state finds itself really struggling with the economic impacts of the covert 19 pandemic, and many of saying that this new legislation is a looking to improve that. So to give you an idea, Governor Andrew Cuomo's office is predicting that it could raise in the order of about $350 million a year in tax revenue as well as generating about 60,000 jobs. If we compare this to more established industries in the likes of Washington and Colorado, say where they have actually legalized marijuana almost a decade ago. They're they're making about half a billion dollars each year in tax revenues. So Governor Andrew Cuomo was hoping to break off a piece of that slice. Another interesting element to this legislation. Is that this actually going be business licenses. Set aside the black and Hispanic businesses. And that's because the state says that these people have bean historically disadvantaged as a result of the war on drugs. And I'm hopeful that this legislation could correct that New York is the 16th state in the U. S to now legalized marijuana for recreational use, And the interesting part is well on this fact, is that Many. For example, many neighboring states of New York, such as New Jersey and Massachusetts have become destinations for New Yorkers to go and buy their marijuana taking away funds from New York state, and this is something that Andrew Cuomo is hoping to
"governor andrew" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, Friday, deflecting blame from himself after the state's attorney general reported his administration may have dramatically under reported covet related deaths of nursing home patients. The report found discrepancies between the number of deaths reported to investigators and the official count from the health department. Governor Andrew Cuomo has been criticized for a policy that allowed nursing homes to take patients who had tested positive for covert 19 and says that's what he was told to do by the Trump administration. The state Department of Health followed federal guidance. So if you think there was a mistake, then go talk to the federal government. It's not about Pointing fingers of blame. It's that this became a political football. That policy was reversed in May in New York, Tanya Joint Powers, Fox News, Labor Department reports, wages and benefits for American workers rose by 7/10 of a percent in the last quarter of 2020. Puts the whole year and mostly normal range. Despite the pandemic for the year, wages and benefits grew on average. 2.5% in northwest Oklahoma to fire fighters have died trying to rescue a man and a woman from their burning home. And we know CA They have reached the couple in the bedroom, but were apparently unable to find a way out before they were overcome. But Biden administration's plans to rejoin the multinational Iran the nuclear deal hitting a snag from Tehran. Iran will not accept US demands. Eight reverse an acceleration of its nuclear program before Washington lifts sanctions So, says Iranian Foreign Ministers Air Reef in a news conference on Friday, three said the demand is not practical and will not happen. This follow comments from Secretary State Blink and Wednesday calling on Iran to come back into full compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal before Washington does the same thing. Like an added that the lifting of sanctions would take some time in London, Greg Palkot box means Jack. Hello here. This'll is Fox News. Mostly cloudy for tonight low for the rest of your Friday 58 partial sunshine Warmer Saturday High 78 tomorrow night Clear, Low 47 mostly sunny, breezy on Sunday with a high 68 Monday mostly sunny, high 65 for Tuesday, mostly sunny with a high 67 Partly sunny, breezy and mild on Wednesday with a high 75 From the weather Center. I'm Andy Rob. I'm tired of the same old, same old and get over to sheets where we're shaking things up. Right now. Our most popular milkshakes are only 3 99 or less. Sip your faves from our Oreo cookies and cream milkshake peanut butter lover milkshake made with Reese is where our peanut butter pretzel milkshake made with Greece is take five. Just order on your sheets app and pick it up curbside. After all, who doesn't want a break from the norm, sheets run.
"governor andrew" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Test all passengers heading to America. But New York Governor Andrew Cuomo angry, calling the lack of federal action, reprehensible, ABC Z and Panel in London the head of Bai on Tech says they think their vaccine works against the new strain, but more study is needed. Los Angeles County Public health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says Southern California's being crushed under the weight of cold dead patients. Hospitals cannot keep up the extremely high numbers of new cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Covert 19 that we're currently experiencing. Are the result of too many gatherings with non household members. Too many people traveling and too many people letting down their guard over the Thanksgiving holiday brought in 500 temporary medical staff to the state. They need around 3000. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Governor Gavin Newsom is updating the state on coronavirus metrics as he begins a 10 Day quarantine after another staff member tested positive state why the current ICU capacity is 2.5%. He said The rising rates are stressing out hospital staff and he has secured more health care workers to be deployed throughout the state. Nearly 38,000 new cases were reported Sunday along with 83 more deaths. Modified strain of covert 19 found overseas may change California's response to the pandemic. The state's leading health official, Dr Marr Galli, says the concern is not so much in the severity of the new strain. The way I like to think of it is it's a little bit more sticky than new, mutated covert virus seems to bind a little tighter a little more easily than our current covert virus that we have here beyond severity and transmission rates. Galli says. The biggest fear is of the unknown. I'm making my goal. His Sacramento traffic.
"governor andrew" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order restricting the amount of people at private Thanksgiving celebrations because of the pandemic. Fulton County, New York Sheriff Richard Gere Dino on the story with Martha MacCallum, discussing why he disagrees with Cuomo's mandate. People like myself, leaders on local level have to meet with the governor and other people and say, Look, we all have the best interest of our people in Mind. Let's sit down. How coming fast orders that people will follow the don't infringe on our rights and the annual NFL Turkey Day tradition goes on today. But with one less game, the Baltimore Ravens in Pittsburgh Steelers will have to wait until Sunday to play is the Ravens deal with the surge of coronavirus cases within their organization, forcing the NFL to postpone their game that was scheduled for tonight. So for the first time in 15 years, it will be just to Thanksgiving Day games featuring the annual contenders. The Detroit Lions will try for their first Thanksgiving when it Ford Field since 2016 as they get set to host the Houston Texans. The Texans playing on Turkey Day for the first time in eight years. That's followed by the Dallas Cowboys in the Washington football team, both clubs three and seven, with a chance to take the NFC East lead with a victory. Fox's Matt Napolitano and a streaming fundraiser meant to benefit health care workers treating covert 19 patients celebrities, They're teaming up to raise money for nurses who have been Battling the current virus pandemic on the front lines. The star stead of virtual concert event was put together by Nurse heroes, a new initiative that will raise money to help provide scholarships for equipment, textbooks, tuition and other materials for new nurses and their Children. Among the performers the black Eyed pea Celene, Dion, Gloria and Emily a. Stefano, more toasted by Whoopi Goldberg. It airs on Facebook and YouTube Thanksgiving evening at 7 P.m.. You and Taylor Swift fans will get a chance to bid on an autograph, too. Limited edition guitar which goes up for auction during special fuckers, Michelle Pelino, I'm Mary Course, Eddie. And this is Fox News from.
"governor andrew" Discussed on AP News
"And I'm shelling out there with an AP News Minute the country's top infectious diseases expert says he's worried that crowding at U. S. Airports from Thanksgiving travel could lead to a perilous situation as covert 19 cases surge. Dr. Anthony Fauci told CBS's face the Nation that the people at airports despite federal guidance to avoid travel are going to get us into even more trouble than we're in right now. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has the same concern. It's not just for Thanksgiving, but Christmas and New Year's to more parties. People are shopping students are coming home from college in states with higher infection rates. There are more family gatherings. Some good covet news. U. S. Health officials have agreed to allow emergency use of a second antibody drug to help the immune system fight covet 19. It's Regeneron, the experimental medicine that President Donald Trump was given when he had the virus last month. Shelly Adler, AP News Gasoline Prices did go down This time just one penny to with average price of 2 18 for regular grade, it would have been more of a drop because of such weak demand and strong vestment supply. If crude oil prices had not risen during the same period. The low in this panel of cities is Bachan, Rosia $1.73 and the highest San Francisco at 3 33. The press right now is 51 cents lower than it was one year ago. Then, of course, is an aid to.
"governor andrew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Governor Andrew Cuomo gave details of the state's new quarantine rules on a call yesterday, saying that within three days before you come, you'll need to have had a negative Corona virus test. Then after you get here on the fourth day, you'll take another test. And if that one is negative, you are in the clear There will be one rule that applies across the country Theater. I'd lines which go into effect on Wednesday, we'll replace the 14 day quarantine requirement for travelers from most of the country. It'll apply to all states. Except for those neighboring New York such as Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Visitors must continue to fill out a health form upon arrival. U. S markets face risks this week with the presidential election on Tuesday. Luciano generally is head of investment strategy at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank. For one thing, it is, of course, the major risk all the contestants. Election, and that is the biggest risk then there is also a clear cut risk off continuing analysis on agreeing some sort of fiscal stimulus Lawmakers have been stalled in those efforts. Yes and P 500 fell 5.6% last week and it is up just 1.2% so far this year, with about nine trading weeks to go Theologian will dominate the news this week. But there is also the October jobs report a meeting of the Federal Reserve and lots of earnings reports on tap as well. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, this is Bloomberg. Aces. Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg Radio wearing your news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists. I'm sure you're also coming up on the show how we can still celebrate the holidays during the pandemic. Plus, we check in with Bloomberg OPINION column This Frank Barry on his trip across America in a Winnebago. First new businesses are being created this year at the fastest pace since 2006, according to the Census Bureau's weekly business formation statistics. The boom in new business formation is a hopeful sign that the recovery from this recession might be a lot faster than the last time around. Bloomberg opinion columns Justin Fox is here to explain. Tell us about Larry Kudlow Sze reference to gales of creative destruction blowing through the U. S economy. Yeah. He was giving an interview a little over a weaker fella go and talked about how? Yeah, Lots of people are unemployed. The lot of them are starting the businesses in the creative destruction is from Joseph Schumpeter. Oh, man, It's this idea that you know that's what makes an economy interesting and growth strong is you have some business is going out of business and Bill, I'm starting up. And you know it's kind of awful thing to say in the middle of the recession, But there is something going on with business start up in the US, but we're very different from what happened in the last recession. I keep hearing about businesses closing down particularly small businesses, but the numbers are showing that there are more businesses starting up. They're more businesses starting up than normally in a recession. I'm sure at this point there still more businesses closing down, then starting up, especially and stuff, like pressed Trump. Live in like in 2008. The number of new business applications, which is something with the Census Bureau, just started keeping track of a few years ago, just kept falling all the way throughout the year this year is permitted in the spring. And then started rising. It's really healthy case, and a lot of it is just people doing health employment and a point that is applying for employment identification numbers with Cyrus is what they're keeping track of here. But it's also a whole lot of sense of fear has screens sort tell which businesses are likely to hire people, and it's a lot of those businesses too. Basically, to an extent we haven't seen in more than a decade. What areas are new businesses starting in By the number one by a long shot is non store retailers, which basically online retail, and I'm sure some of that is people making math and selling them on Etsy. But it's probably a lot of other things, too. And you know that makes it a little little pandemic people looking with for what is to sell things people that don't involved. Personal contact is going to be on the right. Are all the startups related to the Internet and Internet business. Um, I mean, it's a little hard to tell online retail is by far the biggest, but a lot of them are in other categories and even food services and drinking places. They're 26,000 more applications. So far, there's more than that. We're over the same period last year. Come and you know some of that maybe people doing Ah, delivery things might just be people who are figuring men. Okay? Sometime early next year. We're going to get back to normal and so I'll start. Get, you know, start getting things going from my restaurant. Now. Another interesting one is motion picture and sound recording Industries, which has pretty math of layoff during the lock downs in the spring, But people are filming again. And so people are starting businesses help with that. I mean another one clothes whom clothing luxury stores. There's a lot of them do. I don't know. Some of those might actually be online. But others might see people looking looking forward and saying, Oh, there's there's some cheaper real state I can rent. Maybe I have an idea what you do with that. And what about financing for these enterprises? That's the biggest difference between this recession and the last one is the last one. But what do you get the financing with a financial crisis driven downturn in this time around the financial sectors and pretty healthy the government released early on was giving everybody money would help a lot, I think Real estate values are pretty good, though a lot of people when they're starting a new business, something like take out a second mortgage again in 8 4009. That was sort of a non starter. Now it's something people could go. And so what do these new businesses portend for the economic recovery? I mean, who knows some.
"governor andrew" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"And more people are going to go indoors, it's going to be the flu season I think we'll see more of a spike and I think this. Nation with the schizophrenia that we have is actually allowing the virus to grow. Right? They're just. You could have controlled the virus if you all agreed to control the virus and we're too divided as a nation to agree. Why? When they made that mask political symbol Did a disservice to the entire country? So I think you're going to continue to grow. The next question is GonNa be the vaccine right and not the vaccine development because science will do that when science does it? But the administration of it, and then when you touched on Larry. The credibility of the government to help people you should take this and remember confusing this is going to be going to be a number of vaccines right? So the first company that develops one. Some people will take that the next company that comes online different vaccine. You take that Verd- company's GonNa Come Online, and then you have all these questions. Well, should I wait for Johnson and Johnson should I wait for Pfizer, should I wait for Moderna? Uh, I heard this test is better than that test. But this isn't over until there's a vaccine and it's not over until there's a vaccine that is administered. And I think that's going to be much more complicated than people think and much more controversial, and I think that's going to be the first task in order for President Biden I hope is getting us through that vaccination period. And where do we put the CD seeing all of this of it feels like they'd been batted around a bit too. You know it almost seems like they're gun shy of to make proclamations that are just science, which is very bizarre. You know when they kinda took back their airborne message which I didn't understand at all you know are we losing the CDC as an authoritative voice or how can we? How can we get the public to to see that Organization for what it's supposed to be? You know a very reliable informative nonpartisan group. Will Larry is only as good as the head of it. And I think that's what we saw. They are all afraid of the president. And look a you say something he doesn't like he'll fire you right look the dynamic between the president and fau cheese afraid to fire foul. GECAS. Xiaojie frankly too much credibility. But he he's denied the science from day one he's lied about it. The president he now says, he disagrees with FAO cheat on the Science Camille who did this is agree without ci on the science and I think the CDC has been politicized I think the same is true for that whole. White House Task Force. they had a total political operative. As the spokesperson for HHS told political operative. So I think Joe Biden. You appoint the right person. They're the right scientists with credibility. I mean if you could get a doctor Xiaojie or someone like that. That'd be great. Well, let's go into some questions. And thanks governor we have a lot of questions. Oh, go through some of them here. First question given all you have to do as governor of New York. How did you find the time to write this book? I know you've got. The if used. Larry. was talking about how the book was structured. It's structured by the briefings every day. So I had the day-to-day briefings and what I did and more was going back and adding context to the briefings and the behind the scenes on the briefings and for me, it was almost reputed to go through it. Because I do think this is I have time I wanNA. Make sure a we learning everything we should have learned from the past. Let's go through it again. Let's watch the game tape. What can we learn? What did I miss and because we still have to play a second half so I had the raw material from the briefings and then I purposefully wanted to go through it again myself. To make sure I didn't miss anything. I thought I heard you saying interview did your daughter's talk you into doing this book where did? From initially. My daughter said at different points my daughter said. My daughter's a bigger on social media. And we had there sixty, four million people who tuned into the broadcast and emails from around the world wanting more information and. Having follow up questions about the briefings, etc, but I mean a phenomenal number. So my daughters would say to me, you know this one's asking this question. This is asking this question and I would say tell them you're send them a tape of the briefing. This. We don't send tapes anymore. Dad. We just Telling you email. Well nobody wants to have to watch four hundred hours of. Zach. And they suggest that you know why don't you just do a book on the lessons and the points because New York did have a unique experience and we did make unique progress so you can share the lessons. So they they came at it from that angle I would have Larry and Ted I would have gone through it. Any. Way. To make sure I didn't miss it. You know because there was so much happening so fast. and I am still so worried and anxious about what we have ahead of us. That that process of. Now let's just go through it all again and slow it down and what should I have done? What could I have done? How do I replay this game? That was important to and I think there's a certain value to a snapshot as oppose to a look back. You know snapshots give us a whole different feel for things. You know you're closer to the moment you know there's not always clarity when you're using snapshots. Different. Ways. I just find it fascinating in a different way you know. All what's our next next question governor? What was the hardest decision you had to make? During the endemic thus far. They're all hard hardest was closing down everything. New York close down near the shutdown all businesses, schools, etc because you knew. People's livelihoods we're going to be ruined. That was the hardest I'll tell you the second tied with that. That nobody even realized it was a decision. Saying to the people of the state. This is very dangerous. It's life and death you should stay home. New. Paragraph. Essential workers you have to go to work tomorrow. I thought you just said it's so dangerous. Everybody has to stay home. Yes everybody but you. You policeman you bus driver you train driver you utility worker you have to go to work because you're essential. and. Yes it's dangerous but you have to go. Nobody of focused on that decision. Now, you didn't really have an alternative alternative because if you WanNa talk about chaos, you turn on your light.
"governor andrew" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"This. Has the most of the. Proposed vaccine's have to be refrigerated to a level that you need special refrigeration equipment. And the federal government once again is just like, oh no, we're going to give you vaccines. We're GONNA make them available, and then just somehow magically the administration of this and the education about this you guys are going to have to take care of. Him. I was going to say the unfortunate situation even like if Biden becomes president. That, president trump has fostered this such a non-trust to a certain sector be bill say not everybody but this non-trust of government. To be telling you what to do. I. Feel like a whole mess of people are not even GonNa WanNa take vaccine. They don't even want to wear a mask like getting. People to get back scenes and do the right thing. Yeah well, here's my plan Larry. You take the vaccine I'll call you two weeks later you tell me how you did. got. This I mean I, it's just crazy. You know some of the things gover. Also what's fascinating about your book twos when you see the numbers rising in the chapters you know and I wanted to ask you on a personal level and I appreciate how personal you've been just. Let me just say this on behalf of a part time New Yorker but on a fulltime American I, appreciate all your daily briefings you have to know governor in some of the darkest times. Sorry. I'm a little most of about this but in some of the darkest times, we appreciate it you being there and being just being a Buchan good leisure mansard for my leg. But Just being smart was awesome. Being there know jokes about your family all that stuff I apologize forget an emotional. But it really meant a lot to us out there governors I just wanted to thank you personally for the bud what I wanted to ask you personally was. Did you have an overwhelming moment because there was one chapter where I saw the number swelled on that day and I can only imagine. was there a thought that Oh shit APP are we even doing this right? What's going on? You know and how do you deal with bad from a leadership standpoint, you know Have to get in front of people and you're facing kind of grim news. You do it because you have to do it I know that sounds simplistic. I didn't have the strength to do it. I didn't have the. I didn't some mornings I didn't have the will to do it. Because you're right, it's not just it was all was informational but it was more emotional rant and you have to get up there and you have to handle it. Right Larry you know you can't get up there and say. Oh, my God. which is how I was feeling a lot of days. And then you have to, you have to keep it right and then you get into depresses asking you questions afterwards and I wanted to do it every day because I wanted to say to people. You're dealing with this every day. I'll deal with it every day we'll do it together at least do together. You'll be there for me. I'll be there for you. And We're down a road we've never gone where out of control we're all scared. Take my hand. Let's do it together. I'll be here everyday. Tunin don't tune in, but just no I'm there and I'm going to give you the straight story. No spin no BS. And you're going to get it every day. So I wanted to do it every day but And I did. But I tell you it was just. I pray. You know I'm a person of faith. And It was just bigger than me. I would say to myself. You know it's not really about me I feel this I feel this I feel this. Okay. Put it all aside because it's not about you, you have a role to play. You have a job to do you took a responsibility. And step up and a handle your responsibility. It's indulgent that you feel tired or you feel scary as indulgent. I heard my my father was a very principled. Strong personality. And I could hear him saying that. To be provocative. Because he was also fundamentally sweet, but he would say. Oh you feel that that's how you feel. Larry it's not about you I don't care if you get tired I don't care if you're upset I don't care if you're scared. You took an oath. You ran for office. You ask for this job you stand up and you do it. That was that's what he would say in a loving way would sound torch, but it was in a loving way. And I heard that I heard that every morning because I did not want to get out of that bit Simoni share. First of all the morning's. The night didn't stop until four a m. you know you only slept a couple of hours. But. There were some mornings that I just didn't understand how we were going to get through this. How important was it to have your daughters with you I'm sure that made a difference just to have some well-being that time. That made a major difference. First of all, I didn't have to worry about where they were. Right. It took that off the table, right? Because otherwise big part every day you'd be worrying wary she is she doing something stupid. So them being there was help on that level and they were they were great. If that was great, they gave me a whole energy. They gave me a a sense of humor about it a sense of humanity about it. They all worked on it together. So we all would doing it every day. and it was special for me with my kids now. Are Twenty, five, twenty, five, twenty, two. Flew the nest? And they this was them coming home. In a way they never would. Otherwise So that was that was that was very helpful. That was very helpful. I don't know if I could have done it without them. Frankly. They really did give me. Energy. Yeah, it's interesting that this tough time really has redefined family for a lot of us. You know home For some people, it's been a good thing for some people not so good. You know of course, it's been terrible for people who lost family, but once again, it's just showed us how important and how fleeting these things are you know when you brought up your dad I thought I loved her dad he was awesome him I was such a big band I wanted him around for president so. I guess if he came from an old school politics where you know that when he was speaking to, you felt like he was speaking directly to you and it wasn't just politicking it was inspirational. It lifted you up. You know I feel like we don't have as much of that. Anymore you know like Biden's good man and everything I I like Biden but don't get what I used to get from people like your dad. Does. That exist in more politics that kind of of way the politics connected to people where it elevated at the same time? I would like to say not as much not as much. Certainly, my father was a special guy. Now it's just because he's my man, but he was brilliant. He was principled and he was tough Larry. He was going to call it straight. He doesn't care if you like them if you didn't like him, he was going to call it straight. If a receipt he was yes and he was he was optimistic and he was a believer in people and he did believe we could be better and we would be better together. He was inspirational because it was all genuine there was he wasn't one hundred percent authentic. What he would say to that TV screen is the same thing he would say to me. When we were alone, there was no differentiation. You know now everyone is. It seems in politics. They're all a little too slick, a little too managed to manicured. Mile Man was just right in your face all the time. Here's who I am. This is what I believe. You know take it. You leave it. It do. DIMMER WE'RE GONNA go to some questions in a second but I just had one more question for of your heard you say that. You're Kinda writing this at halftime was one of the thoughts you know your ass. I'm concerned. What if what we're in the hockey analogy would have this is the first period you know like. We don't know you know what this is going to be. Do you have what would be your advice to whoever's going to be in charge of this? Like what? What, what is the biggest thing that someone should be doing going forward whether it's the executive of the United States are another governor in your position. I think it's going to be sloppy between now through January. Because fall is going to turn to winter and more people are going to go indoors, it's going to be the flu season I think we'll see more of a spike and I think this..
"governor andrew" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The date has raised concerns among many that the fast track approval will come at the expense of the public safety as President. Trump continues to tout the vaccines arrival while campaigning for his reelection. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer remains a skeptic, saying there's too much evidence pointing to the Trump administration pressuring the FDA to approve a vaccine by Election Day. The Democratic vice presidential nominee, is not saying whether she will get a Corona virus vaccine if one's released ahead of Election Day. Kamala Harris says she wouldn't trust President Trump's word that a vaccine was safe and effective. Speaking to CNN She said it would have to be from a credible source of information. The infection rate for covert 19 in New York state is less than 1% for the 29th consecutive day, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the latest Corona virus numbers on Saturday of the more than 99,000 tests reported Friday. 801 more positive or 8010.8%, Total hospitalizations fell to 425. There were two covet related deaths and Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory was conditionally reinstated by the NFL on Friday, ending his fourth suspension over substance abuse violations. Leslie Bowl has the latest. Gregory won't be eligible to play until week six, when the Cowboys have a Monday night home game against Arizona on October 19th. He missed all of 2019 over his latest suspension. The 27 year old can report to the club Monday for Corona virus testing, followed by conditioning work and meetings. You're listening to the very latest from NBC News radio. Joan Esposito Live local and progressive on 8:20 A.M.. W. CPT.
"governor andrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"That's J C p l 2700 customers still without power after a week. After this tropical storm roared through our area. President Trump and his golf resort in Bedminster on Saturday, signing for executive orders that will provide economic stimulus after Congress failed to reach agreement on 1/5 aid package Saturday, the president saying he was acting to extend Washington's helped to states while lowering the amount of enhanced unemployment benefits from 600 to $400 per week, states will be asked to cover 25% of the cost using existing funding. That means if the states aren't willing to pay the $100 per unemployed First. The other 300 will not be coming from Uncle Sam A lion's governor, Mike DeWine, on CNN's state of the union on sure what existing funding can be used were reviewing this. Now we have set some money aside, a significant amount of money for testing testing is largely the responsibility of the state's lab. Costantini Washington, New York ER's have crushed the covert 19 curve, the governor reporting the lowest transmission rate to date over the weekend, while the rest of the nation deals with Rama. Occassions of the increase in Corona virus case is New York state hit a new milestone, the lowest percentage of daily Corona virus tests coming back positive since the pandemic began. Governor Andrew Cuomo, 0.78 We are normally about one little below a little over on Ly 515 out of the more than 65,000 people tested on Saturday had a positive result. There were only 548 hospitalized Corona virus patients across the state and just 131 in intensive care beds. Steve Kastenbaum any big changes.
"governor andrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Governor Andrew Cuomo wants the feds to provide hazard pay for frontline workers in the covert nineteen pandemic it's a way of saying thank you we understand what you did we appreciate what you did governor Cuomo speaking on the deck of the USS intrepid he also announced that New York will provide death benefits for front line workers who died of covert nineteen he says it's a way of paying it forward when there is a next time and there is a next time that we truly appreciate those people who show up and do their duty Cuomo said this Memorial Day is especially poignant since nearly one hundred thousand Americans have died from the corona virus corona virus scams the Federal Trade Commission says it's gotten more than fifty two thousand complaints involving forty million dollars in losses the average fraud victim lost nearly five hundred Bucks the FDA says one of the top covert nineteen scams is a text message luring victims to click on a link and provide personal info to get a government refund the CDC is issuing a warning about rats during the pandemic closed restaurants are depriving the hungry little rodents of food and their behavior may be more unusual and aggressive as a result officials say that during the restaurant closures rats have been seen resorting to open warfare even cannibalism in eating their young for lack of a food source several cities across the nation are reporting more pest control calls than normal because this desperate rack see who's right president trump is threatening to move the GOP national convention away from Charlotte on Twitter the president went after Roy Cooper north Carolina's democratic governor for being unable to guarantee that by August will be allowed full attendance in the arena.
"governor andrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Governor Andrew Cuomo backed that up I think if you don't wear the masks in your personal comings and goings you're making a mistake but I do know as governor if you're going to subject other people in the public to your behavior then you have to wear a mask when you can't socially distance president trump is banning travel by foreign citizens who want to come to the US from hard hit Brazil national security adviser Robert o'brien on CBS face the nation as of now I'd say Brazil and we'll take a look at at the other countries in the country by country basis for nearly two weeks after the White House called for testing every nursing home resident and staff member the Associated Press says at least half the states won't meet the fourteen day deadline I'm Jim Johnson Texas eateries are open for limited capacity this weekend is quite novel tells us governor Greg Abbott is suggesting caution the governor all G. cooperation from old Texans together we're gonna make our way through this Abbott strongly encouraging wearing face masks and social distancing if going to bars or restaurants as weak safely open up our state we need to unite as one Texas to contain cover nineteen the governor taking precautions a step further now suspending in person visitations and all county and municipal jails across the state America's national parks are ending a two month long shot down park officials say they want visitors to take precautions but park safety is up to the individual visitor and at least one ski resort high in the Colorado Rockies Arapahoe basin will open for skiing and snowboarding on Wednesday.
"governor andrew" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Okay so meanwhile governor Andrew Cuomo continues to be just a complete disaster area governor Andrew Cuomo is now attempting I kid you not he's attempting to tax health care workers who came and volunteered in the state is according to pixel Levin in New York they make the argument that they they report today health care workers they came to New York to help fight corona virus and its epicenter will have to pay the state taxes according to the governor he said we're not in a position to provide any subsidies right now because we have a thirteen billion dollar deficit so there's a lot of good things I'd like to do if we get federal funding we can do will be responsible for me to see if you're looking at a thirteen billion dollar deficit and say I'm spend more money when I can't even pay the essential services well maybe you shouldn't spend all your money on stupid crap for years New York you're gonna try it it's yours again Frank after the people who volunteered to come into the state and I'm sure getting paid less than they normally would in order to save your state and your gonna penalize them by now taxing them even though the state government asked thousands of people to come to New York from out of state help fight coronavirus they'll have to pay New York state taxes even on income they might make from their home state that they're paid well in New York so here in New York and getting paid by our hospital which is located in California they want to tax you at New York presumably in California right genius genius stuff here from Andrew Cuomo America's governor he said if we don't get more money from Washington we can't fund schools right so at the rate we want to fund them we're in dire financial need the issue first came up when the temporary hospital in Central Park was being arrested by Samaritan's purse our financial controller called me synchronize ex VP of the organizations that you know all of your gonna be liable for New York state income taxes and what the controller said yeah there's a lot if you work in New York more than fourteen days you have to pay state income tax I know that Isaac said well we're even more concerned about then the money is the bureaucracy the paperwork I think ones that I least once you start filing that yes do that for a whole year or something this is not enough I'm sorry it's complete nineteen S. but I guess that's the way that you run your no it's just great yeah that's right Andrew Cuomo's great started disinfecting the subways five seconds ago really really solid stuff there is that they must be very proud of their daughter it's very impressive very impressive showing by the government of New York are you coming up we're talking about UMass secretary of education and she now has a new policy that you're putting forward to protect students on campus are accused of sexual assault those rules make a lot of sense she originally proposed in back in twenty eighteen Ashley formalizing them and it turns out that Democrats are very angry and it's the same Democrats are basically attempting to shield Joe Biden from allegations on the basis that he deserves due process which she does I can't say no due process raising your old college students are accused of something they didn't do we have to make sure that those people the allegations are taken as absolutely true no matter what just unbelievable unbelievable stuff but they have property of the Democrats on this stuff really knows no balance whatsoever so we'll get to that momentarily meanwhile another breaking news and when we are talking about the cost of the medical system going under right now and medical system not being allowed to do elective procedures according Scott Gottlieb data from community cancer practices shows sharp drops in oncology does it including a seventeen percent decline for chemotherapy in the northeast cancellations and no shows nearly doubled up to eighty percent so yes there are some other costs here other than just the people who are suffering from a cold it nineteen are you coming up we're gonna get into the title nine policy Democrats opposing by that's offered for July twenty ABC dependable products sponsored by all state develop P. C. H. north.
"governor andrew" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"New York governor. Andrew Cuomo here's some more of the interview. You're in an interesting place right now. Where you have the governor of New York but you are one of many governors whose entered into a pact to try and open up a region because as you said Publicly you know. The virus doesn't follow state lines. You implement this approach without the federal government helping you where it needs to now yourself and trump have gone back and forth but one thing you both acknowledged is that when it comes down to you know how to communicate and you work together. You had a meeting with the president. Was there anything fruitful from that meeting? Is there anything that's going to come from that meeting? And what is the relationship between yourself and trump slash federal government? Right now in New York. What needs the relationship between myself and the president is. The president. Doesn't like me. That is the relationship. It is unambiguous honest. It is open and He doesn't like my politics. Let's say And we have been at political loggerheads many times over the past few years. If you look at his twitter account you'll see my name quite often. None of it good trevor. None of it good and I've sued the federal government or number of time. So that's it's open and it's not necessarily loving have said that we had a meeting in the White House and it was a very productive meeting and I don't mean in diplomatic conceptual talk. It was a honest open. Granular detailed conversation about this subject of Testing. Which is totally new for everyone. It's impossible undertaking because the numbers are just so extraordinary in the so much urgency to it but we had a very honest conversation and we went through what is testing. And what should the state do? And what should the federal government do and We basically allocated tasks so it was a very positive conversation. I GIVE THEM CREDIT. Because it's hard to actually sit down with someone who you have differences with and say put that all aside and let's just do our jobs here our respective jobs because it's bigger than we are and and that's what yesterday was it was forget everything else we're talking about life and death. We're talking about the profound the moment of our history that we will experience and we have a job to do because we're in a position and let's just do it and forget everything else and that's the way it should be. You know who cares how he feels or how I feel. Who Cares about how I feel about him? Personally my feelings are irrelevant. My emotions irrelevant Just do the job who cares about what I think of what he thinks. And that's what yesterday was ready to hear that. And and the testing part of it is is what really jumps out for me because one thing most people seem to agree upon all across the world is with testing. That's going to be our best defense against corna virus before a vaccine testing and tracing this virus. What does that mean though for you? As the governor of New York doesn't mean every New Yorker has some method. Where THEY THEY? They're self testing or getting tested and then monitoring themselves doesn't mean that people who come from out of state or out of Country Kennel come in unless they're tested. I'm really intrigued by how this is. GonNa work because the whole world is doing the same thing one hole might be a whole for everybody. You know that could sink entire ship. So what does that mean for you? In terms of testing and how it will be applied there will always be a net with many holes in it To stick with your analogy. I don't think going to have enough tests anywhere to to design the perfect system. Okay testing capacity. We are trying to jumpstart a testing laboratory system. That just doesn't do this. I have private labs in my state. There are national manufacturers of lab kits and lab equipment. But we're asking them to go to fifty times what they've been doing if you took every machine in the state of New York that does this and you ran at seven days a week. Twenty four hours a day. You could get up to about forty thousand tests per day. All right. That is the maximum capacity. Sounds like a lot. But it's not when you're talking about one thousand nine million people I've done more tests in this state than any state in the United States. We do more tests than any country per capita. And we've tested about five hundred thousand. People sounds like a lot of people but again not on a population of nineteen million. Not on a workforce of nine million and that was five hundred in one month. You WanNa bring them back based on tests. You can't do it what tests Ken do. Is Monitor the spread of the virus that you can do with tests and that is the single most important thing to me. Because as you're opening the reopening valve and increasing the flow. What you need to know is how many people getting infected and that testing can do for you. It can also do antibody testing which tells us how many people were infected but also identifies people who can do the convalescent plasma treatment which is important and it gives employers a tool in their workplace to test the test a smaller number so you know for those that next tranche of essential Businesses that their workers a fine. But you're never going to be able to do a net that covers New York or any other state as the governor. You you are facing pinned pandemic right now and one of the most affected places in the world. The the horizon unfortunately brings with. It's another dockside. And that is people finances you know. Yes peop- some people may have been able to stop paying their mortgage. Some may have been given a little leeway to pay their rent or not pay their rent. What happens on the other side of this is? Is there a plan to help? People to help. New Yorkers Who Now may have landlord? Who says well you owe me two times the rent or now you own me. Double this or double. That is is there any place to try and alleviate that stress that may be felt post corona? We're talking about it trevor. And with thinking about it. We don't have a specific plan yet because we don't know how bad it is. I have said short term. No one can be evicted for nonpayment. Okay so you're out of work. You're not having a check. You cannot be evicted for non payment. That is the immediate short term problem right depending on how long this goes. You'll have other issues down. The road no doubt the expression stone to stone across the morass right. How do you get across the morass? And that's all we see right now as a morass in front of US stone to stone. You don't have to figure out the whole path. Just fine the next firm to advance your progress. And that's what we're doing so deal with the here and now and then we'll figure out the when we actually see what the future is because we have been wrong from day. One here right. Every projection has turned out turns out to be incorrect. So I'm at the point. Where let me see the facts that I'm dealing with? And then we'll deal with them when we come back. We'll complete the trilogy of my interview with Governor Cuomo. Stay tuned to the daily social distancing show on today's episode. We've been going in depth with Governor Andrew Cuomo. So here's the final part of interview. One one thing you've done as governor that has been particularly unique amongst leaders is you haven't just I think given people platitudes. You came out with Really Stern warnings very early on you. You were very grim in your forecast you you you just told the people what information you had It's it's a very unique way to handle a press conference. You've also been very personal in telling the stories that that you've told. Is there a reason you chose to do this? You know because some leaders go. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA hide it all and not share anything with the public. Just make them feel good You've chosen a completely different approach. Why because I I haven't slept at nights and I feel like you could have carried some of that burden for me but I want to know why you chose to not do that. We had our first case our march. I I was going to put in some of the most dramatic government mandates in history. No other governor has shut down the economy. No other governor has ever said you have to stay home if New Yorkers had said No. I'm not doing it. And New Yorkers are defiant bunch. I would've been powerless. I can't enforce a stay at home order for nineteen million people. The the ability to have a plan was purely dependent on New Yorkers buying in and they are smart and they are cynical. And if they don't believe you or you haven't made your argument and you haven't laid out the facts. They're not GonNa do it especially when you're asking them to do something they don't want to do. Especially when you're asking them to do something they have never done before. I mean. Just think about Saint that. New Yorkers everybody must stay home lock the door. You can't go outside except to go buy food and then you have to run right back home. No no I'm a native New Yorker. My first instinct is. I'm not doing that. That's nice but I'm not doing it. So they had to believe it. They had to understand it and I am not in the business of not telling the truth or trying to manipulate or I'm only going to tell you what you can handle because I'm worried about what you can actually absorb no. I am not there to filter. I'm not there to manipulate. Here's the situation. Here's the facts. I'm going to tell you everything I know. You know everything I know and just the way I know it. No sugar coating. There's there's no lying that everyone has been affected by this. You know some days I feel like life is normal Sundays. I feel like this is the craziest thing we've experienced and it's swings wildly and I know everyone has a different experience of it. I don't know what it's like to be a leader. A governor of a state where thousands of people are dying..
"governor andrew" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Of the earth from Trevor's couch in New York City to your couch somewhere in the world. This is the daily social distancing show with Trevor Noah. Here's a now as you know usually on the show we would cover all the latest corona virus updates but today we had a really special guest who came on the show. New York Governor Andrew. The man who is at the helm of the biggest corona virus hotspot in the world right now so for today's episode. We decided to hear the full interview where we talked about everything from his meeting. With trump to the rollout plan. For New York's reopening to what it was like having corona virus. Hit his own family so here. It is governor Andrew Cuomo. Welcome to the daily social distancing. Show pleasure to be with you. I'm a big Fan. Well thank you very much. I think everyone is a big fan of yours right now because more than ever during this pandemic people have sought out leaders who communicates effectively and seem to know what they're trying to do. Nobody has the answers about corona virus. But people look for leaders. Who Know what they would like to. Let's start off with New York. Where does New York stand right now in terms of the numbers and in terms of its trajectory well? The good news is We have shown that we can control the spread of the virus right which people take for granted now but I wasn't always so sure we could have taken all these measures closed down. Stay home and we could have seen that spread. Continue to go up. That would have been a really frightening place but that was a possibility. We showed that we can control the spread. It went up the so-called plateau would hit a flat spot and now we're on the downside of the plateau The question is how fast is that decline. And how long does it take to make the decline? We have about thirteen hundred people per day. New diagnoses coming into the system We lost about four hundred seventy four people yesterday which is a horrific number. But it's the only good news is it's less than the previous Numbers of people we we lost and the hospitalization rate is coming down. We have about sixteen thousand people in hospitals so the numbers are all on the decline. And that's the good news. How long does it take until that number gets to weigh Small enough level where you can sleep at night and not worry about. It could be two weeks. Three weeks could be six weeks. You balancing the pressure of the people who want to and need to get back to earning a living and also you know the pressure of keeping people safe as as a leader. How are you weighing? These numbers is there a point when you say the risk is worth taking to go outside. That's you put the you put the question very well and often. The question is more important than the answer and a here is one of those cases. I think that is the balance. The pressure that people are under phenomenal. It is traumatic. This is traumatic for people. And that's the way I think about it. You'RE RIGHT THE ECONOMIC PRESSURE. You have no paycheck. But meanwhile they're still sending you the bills you know. There was the the bill collector. isn't essential worker and they're piling up on your desk. You don't know when you'll go back you don't know if you will go back you don't know if your job is still there if your business is still there. You've been in the House with the family for a month. It sounds romantic the first seven days and then it gets highly stressful. When you have everyone in that environment with nothing to do and everyone has their own stresses so it's people are about to burst on one level. Th they're onto that kind of pressure on the other hand we had four hundred. Seventy four people die yesterday. You tell me how many people go outside today and touch other people. I'll tell you how many people walk into a hospital three three days from now the cause and effect is that tight this. This virus communicates and transfers that quickly. And that precisely so you think the situation like New York City where social distancing cannot happen by definition nobody gets six square feet of real estate right. You don't get six feet on a subway car or on a bus on the sidewalk. You will see those numbers go up. It is an impossible balanced. Trevor it's impossible to make people to make both sides happy if you will and you just have to accept that and for me. It's going to be about the data. We're going to do testing. We're going to look at that hospitalization rate. We're going to look at that death rate and you don't start to reopen until you have those numbers under control so so what is that number for you have that number? Is there a number that medical professionals or experts have given to you and said this is the number that we think activates New York reopening? They won't give me the number. Trevor because you're right. Nobody's been here on any of these situations. What they will say is the number will decline to a level that is basically a low constant. Because you can't stop all transmission of the virus. We're never going to get down to zero so when you get down to the lowest level you can. That's your low point because remember the economy's not really closed down right. You still have a central workers out there people on buses and transportation and people in grocery stores so that will be some low level constant and once we hit that number. Then you can talk about starting to reopen. So we're seeing governors around America. We're seeing leaders around the world using different tactics to reopen their countries for instance in Denmark. They've started opening up a few schools in Germany. They're getting ready to do that in Georgia. They said they've going going straight to bowling alleys and hairdressing salons etc. Do you have an idea? Are you going to say to New Yorkers? Hey we're GONNA start with these industries or this world we then we're going to move to this then we're gonNA move to that or does it all open at once. You have an idea of what that would be. No it has to be phased in. It has to be slow and building and watched that infection rate as you start to open up the valve to reopen right as you increase the flow. Keep your eye on that infection rate We're going to have the most aggressive testing program. ever done just to monitor that that infection rate remember the hospitalization rate is too late. Hospitalization rate is people who are so sick. They went into a hospital. We WANT TO TRACK THE INFECTION RATE. So we watched that start opening the flow slowly and then basically it's a Matrix. How essential is the business? And how higher risk those? The business pose the more businesses. I and the lower risk businesses. I so Barber shops hair salons to me. They are on the end of the chain. Because they're not that essential people would argue but in the scope of things they're not that essential and they are high risk. Because I want to see a person perform a haircut and maintain socially social distancing while they give you a haircut and I wanna see the haircut that they do after they did it socially so that would be the back end right and on the front end you would just basically be doing the next tranche of essential services right. What's the next level and low risk of central? Well that's part one with Governor Cuomo and we'll have more right after this break. The daily show is brought to you..
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"governor andrew" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America. This is the Catch Roundtable John. Cats and the TD's here Sunday morning. What's going on in the world? Governor Andrew Cuomo met with President trump on Friday and we have an exclusive of what happened the Morning Governor. Cuomo this morning Very John. Pleasure to be with you. Thank you for having no traditionally Between you and trump were friends a long time you have differences in certain political things but basically you were friends How did the meeting go on Friday? The the person and And I've had a number of discussions you're right. We're from different. Political parties have different political philosophies. But we've always been able to talk And WE'VE AWHILE. He's been president. We've talked about a number of issues. The issue now is really tied to the main issue. This political Scifo John which is the issue of immigration. And what should this nation do about immigration It comes to light in New York because In New York like thirteen other states we give drivers licenses to undocumented people From a state point of view. I WanNa make sure that people who are driving our roads. PASA driving test. It's a public safety issue so even if you're not in full compliance with the immigration laws. You can get a driver's license if you take the test and if you pass the test because we want to make sure that if you're driving you know what you're doing. The federal government wants access to our department of motor vehicles database. Which would then give them access to the database of undocumented people in the state our state when we passed a law said we won't turn the data over to the federal government If you did then nobody would come forward no undocumented person would come forward and actually apply for a license the Federal Department of Homeland Security. I think is basically extorting New York by setting. If you don't give us the driver's license database we will deny access to a federal program called global entry. Gets a little complicated? John but global entry allows people to go to the federal government and basically get pre-screened so when you come into an airport and you're going through customs you are prescreened and you don't have to wait on these long lines. It's a fast track through customs. A lot of people who travel yet this clear so they don't waste all this time on these borderlines on the everybody hates those lines. Yes in the federal government said If you're a New York we won't allow you access to this fast track process and it's only retaliation for us not giving them the driver's license information they totally unrelated these two things When before they give you. The special pass has to do their own investigation. Don't necessarily need your database to that. That's exactly right John. And that's why this is Infuriating and I think we're too it's to get the fast pass you have to go before the federal government you sit with the federal officials you provide all the documentation you haven't interview and then they give you this Free Fast Pass. It has nothing to do with the driver's license database. They're just using this to force us to give them the driver's license. I said to the Homeland Security Person. Look I'll give you any information. You want anyone applying so the fast track process the global entry. But I'm not going to give you the Department of Motor Vehicle Database and I can understand It's a compromise to be had for instance when I was talking about it years ago and I said undocumented immigrants that committed a crime I have no sympathy for but undocumented immigrants that are working hard and have never committed a crime and they're paying the taxes we should leave them alone. Can we make a deal like that? I offered them the logical solution to their question. I said anyone who's applying for the Global Lynch free Fast Pass. I'll give you whatever you want. Whatever you want. So that is more than a logical and gives them everything they want if they're only using it to extort New York. Well then I can't do anything for them And that's the decision that they're going have to make understood and President going to think about that. The president was going to get back to me next week after he reviewed the situation. Well it sounds logical and I think you came a solution to at least to what other things discussed was The Hudson River tunnel festival Hudson River tunnels have spoken to the president about it. Came up again. The salt which was a tax increase for New Yorkers that ended the deductability state and local taxes no state contributes more to the federal government. The New York state We give about fourteen billion dollars more to the federal government than we get back with a number one contributing state the United States of America and then ending called deductability state and local taxes. Means New York now contribute even more? It was totally share. It was totally political. Basically the the democratic states under their tax bill gave more money to the Republican states. And that's using politics to do government policy in a way that I've never seen happen before. Joe You know we can have our own politics. And we can have an honorable disagreement but you key it extort and you can't use government to penalize your political enemies. That's just wrong well. It seems like they're ever mess in Washington over politics and WHO's still be based on that but that's a big mess in federal government as it is and you does need that tunnel and What I said Jerry. Nadler quote me and ask me talk to the president about it. I said Cherry. It's hard because you've criticized him every day and you're looking to hang them every day If and it's right through Jerry's district or is there a way to compromise anything? Well look even on the tunnels we can. We can compromise. The tunnels are very important because the Amtrak trains comes through the tunnels and they. It's not just into New York. That's the whole northeast corridor. John Dick goes through those tunnels. So you're talking about the whole northeast would lease Amtrak. Train service if those tunnels go down and tunnels are in very bad shape Right now part of a very large project called the Gateway Project which is about thirty billion dollar project which is very expensive. I said we could scale it back. And let's focus on the tunnels I because that's the priority but you're right. The larger dynamic is new. York is a democratic state even than northeastern states tend to be democratic. If you take hyper political viewpoint you would say well. Why would I help? New York in Connecticut and Massachusetts New Hampshire Vermont and many of these democratic states primarily. Yeah except we. That is a really counterproductive. Obnoxious frankly point of view. I'm not going to help citizens who are American citizens who happen to live in democratic states and it's also very bad for the country because New York is a big economic engine. The northeast is a big economic. Engine is cutting your nose despite your face. No but I think all New Yorkers old north Houston is understand that Who also are not discussion. Is Trump gonNA considered some kind of compromise? I hope you know. I hope I talked to him about the soul tax the gateway tunnels. I've talked to him about projects. We're building a new Laguardia Airport. Is You know our needs federal approval to do that? The federal government has slowed down that airport construction project. Your point is right when you said the Congressman Nadler. The president feels that he doesn't get political support in New York and therefore he keeps poking New York but the cycle has to stop John. You know it's you don't treat me well so I'm going to treat you poorly. Yeah but that's just a vicious downward spiral you're one hundred percent right Governor Cuomo that cycle has to stop and everybody should sit around around table and make and do what's best for the country and best for the state I've said to the president if you help us with one of these projects which is a federal project and it's it's good for the country. I'll be one hundred percent cooperative. I want what's good for my state? I don't care if you're democratic Republican short poll. Let's work together and get things done. That's what the game is all about any other issues come up. How long was the beating We met for about an hour. It was a you know. We're both from new. York was a candidate. Frank Conversation I think the president really understood the situation and When he said his he get back to me next week. That was a reasonable position. You know it's a it's a complicated issue and you had to talk to his people so we'll see what he says next week. New York state bail reform the. Da's the district attorney's are up in arms. The police departments are up in arms. What's hey you We appear to have some compromise. Everybody believes impel reforms Governor you know there were a lot of things wrong but it did go too far. What say you? Yeah you know John Bail reform. We made a major change. The major chains was de linking cash. Bail meaning what meaning the way. The system works now is a judge. Basically determines bail and sets bail. And it's a dollar amount and if you can pay the bill get out and if you can't pay bail you sit in jail sometimes for one to three years before your cases even heard that's not justice was not supposed to be about money. It was not supposed to be about rich or poor so we're D- linking cash from the bail system which is right and it's long overdue. This is now a major change though to the system. And when you make a major change you have to step back and see how it works. You know any complex system. John you change one piece you then have to see how the rest of the system reacts the Human Body. They put you on a medication. The doctor says well let's see how it goes and let's see what the consequences are so We made a major change. We understand fully that when you make that kind of change you have to see what the consequences are And then you have to go refine what you did. And that's what we're talking about now. We do have to separate the politics. Because everything is super heated politics now separate politics from the shacks tracks the data and then refined the system. It's not one change. And then you're done you make a change you watch you refine you recalibrate and that's what the legislature is is working on now and. I'm working with them. We're talking to where everyone. What's the Continuing change the continuing refinement. And we're having those conversations right now and I believe we do the state budget April one that by the time we get to the budget we will have had a chance to look at the data. Look at the facts and decide what to do intelligently. I don't want to respond to politics. You know we only in January. Two crime in New York City went up seventeen percent and they attributed about the bail reform and they attributed to the city closing down rikers island. Which a lot of people don't WanNa tell so. I guess everybody's looking for common sense. That's right so you're right. The statistics show the crime. Went up in New York City. Now and you're right John They pointed to factors bail. Reform happened but they're also reducing the number of people in jail at rikers island..
"governor andrew" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Again it was ever that great We have not reached greatness That's governor Andrew Cuomo and did you hear? The gasps in. The air oh? My God you know why because there is a silent majority in men of many of them are Democrats as well that don't like this. Country thrown under the bus And he was? Shocked because he thought that he could get away with that rhetoric he thought he can continue to get away with the hate of America That is. Why friends the two thousand eighteen midterm. Elections, mean something. Because if. We put. Those lunatics in charge, were over we are. So over there's no. Coming back don't tell me. Even if Trump wins again. It's done it's over it's. Done in peach mint starts they'll probably impeach him they'll figure something out they are all working together you wanna talk about collusion what the real collusion is the. Globalist working with molar to try, to do anything to find just a scrap of something to. Tear this president down and to, get him out of office and if none. Of that works I'm afraid the fate that was, Kennedy's could be his. Unconcerned you should be concerned as well because this is not just a game anymore. This is not well this side and there's no this is absolutely war They said it even the meat head rob Reiner is.