US President Donald Trump questioned Monday that taxpayer money will be used to save states and cities that are “poorly managed” by Democratic Party leaders.
“Why should the United States’ people and taxpayers save little-managed states and cities (such as Illinois) that are always ruled by Democrats unless most other states have asked for help? I’m open to debating things,” pointed out Trump pointed this out via his Twitter account.
The embassy has set fire to the already intense debate about federal aid for states that invest a large amount of resources in the fight against the corona virus.
“This is not the time to be talking about dollars and cents among members of a community that is trying to support and support each other,” New York governor Andrew Cuomo said at his daily press conference. In any case, he emphasized that New York “saved decades for other states”. “If you want to analyze who is contributing and who is receiving, nobody is spending more money than the state of New York,” he said.