Donald Trump

Who's up and who's down this week?
Winners & Losers
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President Trump on July 7, 2020.
New York is just one step closer to seeing President Donald Trump’s personal finances.
News & Politics
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Twitter began fact-checking President Trump this week.
We suggested a few tweets from New York lawmakers that might elicit a double-take from Twitter’s fact checkers.
Policy
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President Trump during the coronavirus update briefing on April 27th.
Trump repeatedly turns to immigration policies as bargaining chips with New York.
Policy
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State Budget Director Robert Mujica 2020
New York would slash health care and education – unless the federal government comes through.
News & Politics
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President Trump during a coronavirus update briefing on Monday, March 30th.
The governor is still trying to play nice with the president.
News & Politics
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President Trump answering press questions alongside the COVID-19 task force on April 9th.
The White House’s congressional task force on reopening the economy leaves out lawmakers from the epicenter of the outbreak.
News & Politics
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Andrew Cuomo Phil Murphy
Cuomo and other governors pitch Trump on a multi-state pact to reopen for business.
News & Politics
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President Trump during the governor's teleconference on partnership for the COVID-19 response on March 26th.
This isn’t the first time Trump has apparently punished his former home for political reasons.
News & Politics
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President Trump at a briefing on the coronavirus on Friday, March 13th.
The president will determine what the governor and state legislative leaders can do.
News & Politics
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