In other news, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says he did not discuss Trump's fantasy border wall with Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray when he visited last week.
Meanwhile, a Russian programmer has been arrested in Spain on an arrest warrant issued by the U.S. Authorities won't comment, but RT says the programmer may have been involved in election interference. This is odd.
Finally, lawmakers in New York have approved free state college tuition for families with less than $100,000 in income.
New York's Senate approved the $153 billion budget Sunday, a day after the Assembly approved it. The state budget was approved nearly nine days late, having missed the start of the state's fiscal year, which began April 1. The vote in the Legislature ended the lingering budget impasse between New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state lawmakers.
The tuition plan, which Cuomo, a Democrat, proposed in January, will cost an estimated $163 million. Cuomo said the tuition plan would serve as a national model to improve college affordability.
There have been rumors that Cuomo plans run for president in 2020.
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley resigned this evening, two days earlier than expected.
Here's a story about White House staff panicking because they haven't done shit aside from sign a few vague executive orders.
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