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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has defended sending more than 4,300 patients confirmed or suspected of having coronavirus from hospitals to nursing homes, arguing it was White House guidance.

The governor hit out at the criticism during his Saturday press briefing, placing the blame with President Donald Trump by saying ‘don’t criticize the state for following the president’s policy’.

The article goes on to state the following:

Cuomo has come under fire since it was revealed on Thursday that the 4,300 recovering coronavirus patients were sent to New York’s already vulnerable nursing homes.

There have been over 5,800 nursing and adult care facility deaths in the state.

“New York followed the president’s agency’s guidance,” Cuomo said.

Earlier in the week, Cuomo said:

“Anyone who wants to ask, ‘Why did the state do that with COVID patients in nursing homes,’ it’s because the state followed President Trump’s CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] guidance,” Cuomo told reporters in Albany who pressed him on whether he had any regrets about the directive, which may have played a role in the deaths of thousands of nursing home residents.

“They should ask President Trump. I think that will stop the conversation,” he repeated.

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) pushed back on Cuomo’s comments. Red State reports:

In spite of Cuomo’s imperious-like decree that the buck for his decisions stops with President Trump, and in spite of the radio silence of most national media outlets on this issue, the “conversation” has not been “stopped” – not by a long shot.

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) made sure of that when she took to the Twitter machine earlier today to set the record straight in a Twitter thread on just how wrong Gov. Cuomo actually is:

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