President Trump and Democratic governors are clashing over the administration’s handling of the coronavirus threat and the role that states should play in combatting the spread of the virus.New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has declared a state of emergency, slammed the administration, specifically accusing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of having “handcuffed the states” by not approving New York and other state labs to test for coronavirus, or COVID-19, for “a period of time.”EXCLUSIVE: CUOMO SPEAKS OUT AFTER DECLARING STATE OF EMERGENCY OVER COVID-19Cuomo, who is dealing with one of the most concentrated spreads of COVID-19 in New Rochelle, N.Y., with more than 108 cases there, said Wednesday that he needed the freedom to handle the issue on his own.“We have to take action, we have to do something, this is not going to stop spreading on its own,” Cuomo said Wednesday on NBC’s “Today.” “We are going to determine our fate and we’re going to have to take action.”“The federal government, I think, in large measure is leaving it up to the states,” Cuomo continued. “Just take the handcuffs off of me and let New York state do what New York state can do. Let the


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