1. @Michael Bryan Todo el mundo no sabemos el Inglés,Estás Equivocado..!! SOY SINCERA Y no me CIENTO AVERGONZA DE NO SABER..!!

    2. @Michael Bryan Ya Que vos sabés Inglés y yo no..!! Porqué no traducis lo del Vídeo .Si SOS Una Buena Persona..!! Con sierto nivel de Educación lo hubieras hecho Y por Una Letra no significa que no sé escribir. Y a vos te falta Humildad. Bien Claro lo Demostraste.!! Que es importante como el saber de una Persona.

    1. Your confused. That’s how much money New York puts into the federal cup, not the deficit

  1. When a man lies…he murders some part of the world
    These are the pale deaths which men miscall their lives…
    All this I cannot bear to witness any longer
    Cannot the kingdom of salvation take me home.

  2. Thank you Governor Cuomo.👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

    1. @Diana Manwaring most big cities for that matter have a toll to get out.
      Thats where the saying “its free to get into the city but your gonna have to pay to get out” came from

  3. Dont forget Democrats interest to purge and appear innocent.
    Here is what they knew in Politics.
    Anti-government protests have rocked Hong Kong for months and the situation shows no sign of dying down.

    Here’s all the background you need to know in 100 or 500 words – you can read each individually or in turn.

    Hong Kong’s protests started in June against plans to allow extradition to mainland China.

    Critics feared this could undermine judicial independence and endanger dissidents.

    Until 1997, Hong Kong was ruled by Britain as a colony but then returned to China. Under the “one country, two systems” arrangement, it has some autonomy, and its people more rights.

    The bill was withdrawn in September but demonstrations continue and now demand full democracy and an inquiry into police actions.

    Clashes between police and activists have become increasingly violent, with police firing live bullets and protesters attacking officers and throwing petrol bombs.

    The extradition bill which triggered the first protest was introduced in April. It would have allowed for criminal suspects to be extradited to mainland China under certain circumstances.

    Opponents said this risked exposing Hongkongers to unfair trials and violent treatment. They also argued the bill would give China greater influence over Hong Kong and could be used to target activists and journalists.


    Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets. After weeks of protests, leader Carrie Lam eventually said the bill would be suspended indefinitely.

    How did the protests escalate?

    Protesters feared the bill could be revived, so demonstrations continued, calling for it to be withdrawn completely.

    By then clashes between police and protesters had become more frequent and violent.

    In September, the bill was finally withdrawn , but protesters said this was “too little, too late”.

    On 1 October, while China was celebrating 70 years of Communist Party rule, Hong Kong experienced one of its most “violent and chaotic days” .

    An 18-year-old was shot in the chest with a live bullet as protesters fought officers with poles, petrol bombs and other projectiles.

    The government then banned protesters wearing face masks , and in early November a pro-Beijing lawmaker was stabbed in the street by a man pretending to be a supporter.

    One week later, a policeman shot one protester at close range when activists were trying to set up a road block. Later that day another man was set on fire by anti-government protesters.

    In November, a standoff between police and students barricaded on the campus of Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University became another defining moment .

    Hong Kong protesters storm government building over China extradition bill

    By Ben Westcott, Jessie Yeung, James Griffiths, Julia Hollingsworth, Steve George and Jenni Marsh, CNN

    Updated 1:01 PM ET, Mon July 1, 2019


    What we covered here

    Protesters storm the Legislative Council: Hundreds of angry, young protesters broke into the heart of the government of Hong Kong, in a major escalation after weeks of mass demonstrations.March for democracy: Tens of thousands of protesters in Hong Kong were also peacefully marching on the 22nd anniversary of the former colony’s handover from Britain to China. July 1 has become an annual day of pro-democracy protests. But a splinter group took their frustrations to the government headquarters.

    2019–20 coronavirus pandemic

    Learn more

    A request that this article title be changed to COVID-19 pandemic is under discussion.

    The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic is an ongoing pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‑19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‑CoV‑2). The outbreak was identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.[4] The World Health Organization declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January, and a pandemic on 11 March.[6][7] As of 3 May 2020, more than 3.42 million cases of COVID-19 have been reported in 187 countries and territories, resulting in more than 243,000 deaths. More than 1.09 million people have recovered.[5]

    2019–20 coronavirus pandemicThe physcian who attempted to notify, was arrested then died mysteriously.

  4. THIS is what LEADERSHIP is all about: Well thought out ACTIONS. No Twitter tantrums, no pimping of dubious pharmaceuticals that you’re invested in, and certainly no m************ bleach!!! God bless you, Gov Cuomo. I live in a state where the governor is forcing the medical examiners, and our state health department to fudge on all the statistics. America is still the home of the free and the brave, NEVER FORGET that, and this simple truth: United we stand, divided we fall.

  5. Political theatre. All staged. Stopped watching these news briefngs weeks ago. I came only to dislike and post my comment.

  6. Hard to believe ANYONE with half a brain is still trying to push the PLANNEDemic hoax. Hahahahaha

  7. People can say whatever they want negative or positive about Cuomo and it might be true or might not its not my job to distinguish who’s right and who’s wrong. but please anybody explain to me why our President is out golfing during this pandemic. Big old picture of him yesterday front page of the newspaper. People are dying our Frontline workers are putting their lives on the line for us. Every time we call the Police the Fire Dept the Ambulance or every time you get a UPS, FedEx or USPS package that’s our front-line workers. Ubereats doordash seamless that’s the people that are sacrificing and our President is golfing while me and my fellow tax payers are paying for his secret service to follow him around in a golf cart. They’re protecting him and his family and we’re paying for it but who’s protecting us. I don’t understand these Trump supporters.

  8. Today Hillary Clinton tweeted a picture of Bill Cuomo and herself on this memorial day. I wonder if Andrew Cuomo into the little boys and girls. You know what they say birds of a feather flock together. Enjoy your day

  9. The Cuomo Clown show continues.. He says, people from Europe brought virus to New York City… And what did you do stop people getting on planes into or out of New York City, NOTHING !!! Did videos with Fredo in his basement …

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