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Mike Brest from Washington Examiner reports, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo argued that he and his fellow governors should refrain from tuning into the White House press briefings on the CV crisis. Cuomo’s remarks about the usefulness of the daily briefings came in response to a question about Monday’s event, during which the president got into heated confrontations with reporters and touted unilateral control over the government.
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