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Trump and New York Gov. Cuomo will continue talks on immigration, traveler program, DHS official says

Key Points
  • The two leaders met on Thursday amid a dispute over the so-called Trusted Traveler programs, which help airline passengers largely eschew airport security lines.
  • Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf called the meeting "productive."
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
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A meeting between President Donald Trump and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on immigration policies and a travel program was productive, with discussions set to continue, the acting Department of Homeland Security chief said on Thursday.

"We will continue discussions with the State of New York to find a mutually agreeable solution," Chad Wolf said in a statement.

The two leaders met on Thursday amid a dispute over the so-called Trusted Traveler programs, which help airline passengers largely eschew airport security lines.

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