The $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions will be the subject of a meeting between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and President Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday.

Cuomo on Monday said he would meet with the president to discuss the issue and its impact on the state’s budget.

The cap has affected high-tax states like New York, and Cuomo says weaker revenue is to blame of the provision.

“It has redistributed wealth in this nation from Democratic states—we’re also called blue states—to red states,” he said. “You have an administration that loves to say they’re against redistribution. They have done it on the highest level imaginable. This is not individual to individual redistribution. This is not a rich person to a poor person. This is literally taking from the richer states transferring to the states with less income.”

Cuomo wants a repeal of the cap, and plans to meet in the coming weeks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

This is Cuomo’s second White House meeting with Trump. He previously met late last year with the president to discuss the Gateway Tunnel project.