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Antonio Basco cries beside a cross at a makeshift memorial near the scene of a mass shooting at a shopping complex in El Paso, Texas earlier this month. Basco’s wife was among 22 people fatally shot on Aug. 3 at a the local Walmart. Antonio Basco cries beside a cross at a makeshift memorial near the scene of a mass shooting at a shopping complex in El Paso, Texas, earlier this month. Basco’s wife was among 22 people fatally shot on Aug. 3. Photo: John Locher/AP

Last week, in the anguishing fallout from the most recent mass slaughter of innocents by a white supremacist gunman in El Paso, Texas, New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo showed some much-needed leadership. He forcefully acknowledged that terrorism “is now a two-front war,” fed by “hate from abroad and hate from right here at home.”

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