Cuomo will not return $64K in donations Trump gave to him

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New York’s Governor makes the announcement at the United Federation of Teachers building.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that he will not return to the $64,000 of campaign donations from his previous campaigns, has received an order from President Trump Democratic primary rival, Cynthia Nixon, tried to do a question of the financial connection.

“No, not at all. I am deeply critical of him and keep the contributions,” Cuomo said after a Brooklyn event.

Cuomo have a contributions between 2001 and 2009. He first ran for Governor in 2002 and attorney General in 2009.

Nixon is trying to raise money for their own insurgent campaign by the quote from Trump’s donations to Cuomo.

“Andrew Cuomo take donations from anyone. Everyone from the Koch brothers to fossil fuels companies, which have helped, so we were not surprised to learn that Donald Trump has donated $64,000 to Cuomo,” Nixon said in a fundraising pitch to supporters.

Trump, of course, was a real estate businessman and reality TV celebrity, before one is elected President. He was a cross — party donor to the Democrats and the Republicans.

Nixon sent out a fundraising pitch with the aim of increasing their own $64,000 until midnight on Thursday.

Cuomo who is seeking a third term, has been very critical of Trump on issues such as tax reform, to immigration to the environment

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