New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo hoped to persuade President Donald Trump to reverse a decision to boot New Yorkers from programs that allow travelers to avoid long lines at U.S. at the border. The Democratic governor and Republican president met Thursday to discuss their dispute over New York’s new “Green Light” law, which lets unauthorized immigrants obtain state driver’s...
The president and governor met to discuss the Department of Homeland Security’s decision to ban New York from enrolling in the Trusted Traveler programs like Global Entry, a move the administration says was done because the state refuses to hand over information from its DMV database. NBC New York’s Andrew Siff reports.
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo will meet with President Donald Trump on Thursday to discuss the impasse over New Yorkers’ access to the Global Entry program for travelers, and indicated New York will give federal officials access to a key database to restore access to the program. Katherine Creag reports.