Trump supporters march past New York homes of Cuomo, Clintons

Supporters of President Trump made a scene in New York  protesting outside the homes of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The protestors carried signs that read “Cuomo sucks,” “Expose the corruption,” and “Dead people don’t vote!”

Dawn Greenberg, a Clinton neighbor who founded the Chappaqua Friends of Hillary in 2015 when Clinton ran for the Oval Office against Trump, said the trouble was “incredibly distressing.”

“I’m sad for the Clintons. I feel like they can’t win. I feel like they’re being targeted. Of course the secret service will keep them safe,” Greenberg said. “I just think it’s beyond the pale. It’s like, where are we going with this? It just keeps getting ratcheted up more and more.”

Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton tweeted at 5:03 p.m. on Sunday that Trump supporters were outside her parents’ home shouting: “Lock her up.”

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Trump supporters march past New Castle homes of Cuomo, Clintons

Hours after President Donald Trump first acknowledged that he lost the presidential election, dozens of his supporters Sunday reaffirmed their allegiance with marches past the homes of two of his Westchester County political rivals.

Video: Trump supporters march past Cuomo’s New Castle house



Playing music, honking horns and shouting through megaphones, they marched past the New Castle homes of Bill and Hillary Clinton and Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday.

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Dozens of people were seen walking past the Clintons’ home on Old House Lane in Chappaqua and the Bittersweet Lane house that Cuomo formerly shared with Sandra Lee.

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Governor Cuomo limits gatherings at private homes to 10 people, shares more restrictions

Indoor and outdoor gatherings in private homes in New York state will be limited to 10 people, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday.

Andrew Cuomo wearing a suit and tie: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks at his daily media briefing in July.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks at his daily media briefing in July.

Covid-19 cases are rising in New York and neighboring states, and the move aims to curb traffic from more restricted states into New York, said Cuomo.


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“If the national numbers are going up, and the states around you are going up, be prepared,” Cuomo said at the press conference.

New York reported 4,820 new Covid-19 cases and 21 deaths on Wednesday, according to a tweet from Cuomo.

Cuomo also reported that the statewide percent positivity rate, including what the state calls “micro cluster zones,” is 2.9 percent, while it is 2.5 percent without these micro cluster zones. The zones themselves are reporting a 4.9 percent positivity rate.

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