York Hospital, which is a privately owned hospital in Queens, is facing bankruptcy after the Trump administration ordered it to shut down for two weeks in May.

York’s owner, the Trump Organization, has been battling the hospital’s bankruptcy since March and has argued that the closure was necessary to protect the facility’s health.

On Thursday, the New York attorney general announced that the Trump Administration had given it the green light to shut York.

The news came after the president claimed that “people that live in New York City and New York, who are American citizens, they’re being treated very badly, they shouldn’t be treated badly” when it comes to hospitals.

But in reality, the federal government is still trying to take over the facility, which has been under a state of emergency since March.

The Trump administration has threatened to sue the hospital, which operates under a separate state of financial emergency.

The hospital was the target of a $2.6 million lawsuit filed by the Center for Public Integrity in February.

In the lawsuit, the Center alleges that the New Yorker Hospital, run by the Trump family, is a taxpayer-subsidized “gift” that has been used to pay for the care of undocumented immigrants, a claim the hospital has vehemently denied.

The lawsuit claims that the hospital is the victim of a conspiracy that seeks to defraud the federal health care system.

The New Yorker has also been the target for a number of other lawsuits alleging that it has provided “undue assistance” to undocumented immigrants.

The administration has denied the allegations, and has accused the hospital of being “a vehicle for the illegal alien population.”

The hospital is currently being administered by the New Yorkers Hospital System, a private health care entity that is run by its own staff.

New York’s hospitals are often the focus of a series of controversies surrounding healthcare spending.

In October, the White House was accused of using taxpayer dollars to purchase $8 million worth of medical equipment from a hospital in the Bronx.

That same month, a federal judge ruled that the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement violated the Affordable Care Act by spending taxpayer money on healthcare at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Medical Center, despite the fact that the school was receiving $500,000 in federal funding for a refugee health center.

That case is still pending.

In March, the Federal Communications Commission agreed to expand a $100 million federal broadband program for low-income and minority households, but that decision has not been made official.