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Trump, The the governors clash over Corona-spread Virus

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President Trump and the democratic governors of dispute between the administration dealing with the coronavirus threat and the role of the member States in the fight against the spread of the virus.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, has who declared a state of emergency, slamming the administration, specifically the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) accuse that “handcuffs the States” by the non-approval, New York and other state laboratories to test for coronavirus, or COVID-19, for “a period of time.”

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Cuomo, who is busy with one of the densest spread of COVID-19 said in New Rochelle, New York, with more than 108 cases, on Wednesday, that he needed the freedom to handle the issue on its own.

“We must act, we must do something, this is not going to stop spreading on its own,” Cuomo said on Wednesday on NBC’s “Today”. “We determine our destiny and we’re going to have to act.”

“The Federal government, I think, in large measure Cuomo further leaves it to the member States”. “Just take the handcuffs off me and let the New York state do, what can you do in New York state. Let the other countries their own way in the future, and we are going to be the ramp-up as quickly as possible now that the Federal government gives us a certain leeway.”

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Over the weekend, Cuomo trump administration and the President himself for the assumption that all who want to test, for COVID-19, can do this, while the US supplied a lack of Tests. criticized He said Trump has triggered comments, confusion, and “fear”.

To exacerbate ” this Problem, said the E-Mails all over the place, to be honest,” Cuomo, the White house said during an exclusive interview with Fox Business Network Maria Bartiromo. “You have to stand up to the President of the United States and say, who wants to can test, can test, and then you have to stand up the vice president and say, we did not test the capacity to.”

He added: “We can not say that you who wants the people in this country or in this state, a test you can do a test. It is simply not true. And this is what causes the panic and the fear. And then you’re out of the race.”

States now have been granted authority by the CDC to conduct tests in their own state laboratories and facilities, as well as the White house and the official coronavirus task force dealing with the issue of testing the bottlenecks are.

Vice President Pence on Tuesday announced that more than 1.1 million tests had shipped an additional 1 million that were sent to States, Tuesday, and the end of the week, 4 million more tests would of States was given on Monday.

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Over the weekend, the Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan Pence praised the work in the direction of the task force, but also the President of the communication criticises the skills on the matter.

“He’s a former Governor,” Hogan Pence said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday. “He knows the governors are on the front, and he does, I think, to co-ordinate a good job, to communicate with each and with us.”

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“The President was perfect in his communication? I would say, he’s not the type of communicating, how I want, and if I could, like him,” Hogan continued. “But I think the rest of the team do a pretty good job.”

Meanwhile, over the weekend, Trump suggested the Democratic state Washington Gov. Jay Inslee as a “snake” and said Pence free of him.

“I told Mike [Pence] is not free, that the Governor because this Governor is a snake,” Trump said in a stop at the CDC in Atlanta. “So Mike can be happy with him but I OK? am not,”

Inslee responded to CBS News’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday, shut down Trump and play criticism.

“We are very happy with the Federal government is helping us right now,” Inslee said. “I don’t care what Donald Trump thinks about me and I just ignore it.”

He added that he is “focusing on the health of the people and not political gamesmanship now.”

Trump’s comment came after a tweet from Inslee, who launched a brief bid for President in the last year, where he said he spoke with Pence and asked him, the administration, the facts remain, in the discussion about the outbreak of the virus.

“I just got a call from [Pence], he thanked Washington State for our efforts in the fight against the coronavirus,” Inslee tweeted on Feb. 28. “I told him, our work would be successful, if the trump-stuck in the administration, the science and told the truth.”

Pence at the end of last week visited Washington state, where he met with Inslee and promised that Washington was the White house’s full support in the fight against the coronavirus.

The state was one of the strongest of the Corona Virus outbreak in the USA with at least 70 confirmed infections and 11 deaths.

But the President is not facing the heat of all the presidents of the national Central banks.

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a frequent critic of the President, praised Trump and his government for their response to the outbreak of COVID-19 — in particular in relation to the Grand Princess cruise ship docked in Oakland, Calif., over the weekend, thousands of people wear.

“His administration … was in line with the expectation that we will repatriate those passengers … and we do it in a way that will meet the spirit that defines the best of our country and the state of California,” Newsom said during a press conference this week.

“He said, ‘We are going to do the right thing, and you have declared any support,'” Newsom. “He said everything I hoped for.”

Newsom added: “And everything he said, by followed you.”

Fox News’ Andrew O’reilly contributed to this report.

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