Giuliani criticizes NYC leadership: ‘They’re killing this city’

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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani Rudy GiulianiTrump campaign works to set narrative ahead of pivotal debates with Biden Moderators announced for presidential debates Juan Williams: Trump’s black voices deny the truth MORE criticized New York City leadership Friday amid the coronavirus pandemic, asserting that those in charge are “killing this city.”During an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo Friday, Giuliani, President Trump Donald John TrumpSenate panel seeks documents in probe of DHS whistleblower complaint Susan Collins: Trump ‘should have been straightforward’ on COVID-19 Longtime House parliamentarian to step down MORE’s personal lawyer, said that “we’ve got to move forward” with reopening major cities, adding that the mortality rate for COVID-19 has reduced to “1 percent or lower right now.”On Friday, 861 new cases were recorded in New York, with one recent fatality, according to a New York Times database. The latest 14-day tally showed the death rate in the city had fallen by 7 percent.ADVERTISEMENT”The reason we closed the country is because that we felt the hospitals were going to be overloaded with patients — that they couldn’t handle — it would crack out medical system,” Giuliani said, adding, “our hospitals are not overloaded.”New York state was one of …

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