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Cuomo may go around DeBlasio after his poor performance in NYC. Political infighting.
If it is domestic terrorism he has an obligation to act.
And Trump may overthrow several governors, including Cuomo, using the US military to install martial law across the country.
If it is a danger to the country, he must do that. If the governors want to avoid it they can fix the problem themselves. They have warning and they have time.
Why is Cuomo's comments political infighting but Donald Trump threatening even stronger military action against several governors reacting to terrorism?
Because they are on the same side. Two Democrats fighting are in fighting.
You're taking two different positions on the same behavior. Trump giving notice he is thinking about doing it is his duty, but Cuomo giving notice he is thinking about doing it is political infighting. Cuomo has a duty to protect the citizens of NY City as strong as a president's duty to protect all citizens.
No, it makes perfect sense to me. Two Democrats should conceivably be willing to work together for the same goals because their beliefs are the same or similar. Trumps is different because he likes to get things done. It may not be true but from what I’m seeing, governors in blue states, which is sadly where most of the serious destruction is, appear to be giving destroyers a pass.
It's questionable whether or not these protests constitute domestic terrorism. On what basis is he obligated to act