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NY Gov. Blasts US Prez For Not Using Defense Production Act: ‘Act Like It’s A War’

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo at a 24 March press conference ripped Donald Trump, questioning why the president has not yet pulled the trigger on the Defense Production Act to force manufacturers to make critically needed medical products, including ventilators.

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