WASHINGTON – Gov. Cuomo and Gov. Christie will meet with President Trump today at the White House this afternoon to discuss the massive and stalled Gateway Project that relies on millions in federal funding. The White House called the meeting on infrastructure and invited the New York and New Jersey governors, senators and some House...
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