President-elect Donald Trump met with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday to talk about rebuilding and health care, among other topics.

FOX's Gurnal Scott with more:

During a visit to Trump Tower, Governor Cuomo expressed a desire to work with the President-elect on completing needed infrastructure improvements, citing upgrades at New York's JFK Airport as a prime example.

Cuomo also told the President-elect repealing the Affordable Care Act could potentially mean a health crisis for his state:

(Cuomo) "Three million New Yorkers uninsured and that's three million families. That would have a dramatic impact."

Political insiders say this meeting could be a look ahead to the next presidential election, with Governor Cuomo reportedly considering a 2020 run for the White House.

Gurnal Scott, FOX News.

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