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Mayor Bill de Blasio took a shot at Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday for trying to lure the wealthy back to New York with the promise of tax breaks — and said he would like to raise taxes on the rich if federal coronavirus aid doesn’t come through.

Hizzoner’s remarks came days after Cuomo said he was begging rich New Yorkers who fled to their vacation homes during the coronavirus pandemic to return — and was even offering to cook them dinner.

Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden told donors Wednesday that he does not want to defund the police, instead advocating for more money despite it going against the wishes of racial justice protesters.

Speaking to donors at a virtual fundraiser hosted by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, the former vice president made the remarks after being asked about his view on how to approach criminal justice reform.

“I don’t want to defund police,” Biden told his supporters.

Cuomo begs wealthy New Yorkers to come back to save the city and pleads 'I'll buy you a drink!' as he fights off calls to raise their taxes - which he fears may scare them away forever

  • Cuomo said on Tuesday that he speaks to the city's wealthiest residents 'every day', begging them to come back 
  • Many fled for the Hamptons, upstate New York or Connecticut when the pandemic hit 
  • By May, at least 420,000 of the city's wealthiest residents had fled the city  
  • Their exodus was cemented when riots and looting tore through the city in June
  • Now, there are calls for higher taxes on the super wealthy to offset the projected $30billion deficit New York is facing over the next two years 
  • Cuomo is resisting it, saying it will only drive the billionaires out of the city for good 
  • He is furious that there remains no national plan to tackle COVID-19, and says the ongoing catastrophe in other states is holding New York back  
  • Crime is up in New York City with a shocking 286% in robberies on the Upper East Side alone, shootings have gone up and arrests have halved 
  • The NYPD lost $1billion from its budget in the wake of the BLM movement  

President Trump said Thursday that he would likely move forward with executive orders on coronavirus relief later this week if the White House and Congress do not make progress in their negotiations.

Trump told reporters that he would sign executive order "probably tomorrow afternoon" or the following morning. He made the remarks at Joint Base Andrews before departing for a trip to Ohio for official and campaign business.

The State Department on Wednesday night announced it would offer a $10 million reward to anyone who could provide information on individuals working with foreign governments to interfere in U.S. elections through cyber operations.

The agency specifically is seeking information on individuals working with a foreign government to interfere in U.S. federal, state or local elections through hacking operations and in a way that violates the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. 

The U.S. Department of State’s Rewards for Justice (RFJ) program, which is administered by the Diplomatic Security Service, is offering a reward of up to $10 million for information leading to the identification or location of any person who works with or for a foreign government for the purpose of interfering with U.S. elections through certain illegal cyber activities.

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Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Wednesday that he would stop the construction of the border wall between the U.S. and Mexico if elected president, which would put an end to one of President Trump’s key campaign promises. 

“There will not be another foot of wall constructed in my administration,” the former vice president said in an interview during the National Association of Black Journalists’ and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ virtual annual conference.  

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First, health officials said we shouldn't wear face masks. Then, they said we should. Now, many are saying we must wear masks if we want to protect the economy, reopen more schools and save tens of thousands of lives.

"Dr. Fauci said don't wear a mask. Our surgeon general, terrific guy, said don't wear a mask. Everybody was saying don't wear a mask," Trump told Fox News' Chris Wallace in an interview that aired Sunday.

The Trump administration has been consulting Bush torture lawyer who wrote the legal justification for waterboarding, on how the president might try to rule by decree.

John Yoo told Axios he has been talking to White House officials about his view that a recent supreme court ruling on immigration would allow Trump to issue executive orders that flout federal law.

In a Fox News Sunday interview, Trump declared he would try to use that interpretation to try to force through decrees on healthcare, immigration and “various other plans” over the coming month.

The gunman suspected of killing the son and wounding the husband of a federal judge in New Jersey before taking his own life in New York’s Catskills has been identified as lawyer and men’s rights activist Roy Den Hollander, federal sources said.

Hollander had a case pending before Salas, challenging the military’s men-only draft, according to The Daily Beast, which first reported his involvement in the case. Investigators believe Salas’ husband was the intended target. The motive remains unclear.

Reacting to The Post’s front page Monday, President Trump said Gov. Andrew Cuomo must squash a spike in violent crime in New York City — or he will send in federal authorities to restore order.

Trump told reporters in the Oval Office he was particularly upset by reports that Brooklyn woman Shatavia Walls, 33, was shot to death after complaining about illegal fireworks. He said the NYPD is “afraid to do anything.”

“We can’t let this happen to the cities. New York was up 348 percent, the crime wave.

The city’s coronavirus tracing program will start asking people if they’ve been at outdoor bars and restaurants to help understand the spike in cases among those between the ages of 20 and 29 — even though health officials never asked if people attended the George Floyd protests.

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