Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday traveled to the White House to call for a repeal of the cap on the state and local tax deductions.

What he got back from President Donald Trump was a conversation veering into issues like abortion and the state’s administrative ban on hydrofracking, according to a White House readout of the meeting.

Cuomo and Trump discussed the 2017 tax law that led to the cap provision, which the governor has blamed on a $2.3 billion tax revenue shortfall.

They also discussed infrastructure issues — a concern both men have expressed an interest in.

“The President discussed economic growth opportunities for the State of New York, including helping lower energy prices throughout the entire Northeast by allowing low-cost, American energy to thrive with fracking and pipeline systems,” the White House said. “The two also discussed the need to update America’s outdated infrastructure system. And, the President raised his concerns to Governor Cuomo about Democrats’ support of late term abortions.”

Trump in his State of the Union criticized New York lawmakers over the passage of the Reproductive Health Act, a measure that was meant to strengthen the state’s abortion law, leading to a rebuke by Cuomo in a New York Times op/ed.

Trump had previously ridiculed Cuomo over the fracking issue when he appeared at a fundraiser for Rep. Claudia Tenney last year in Utica.

Updated: Cuomo in an interview on WCBS 880 later in the evening said the president, along with economic advisor Larry Kudlow, indicated some reforms would be necessary to the tax law that could be up for further discussion. But he did not extract any promises on repealing the SALT cap.

“The president understands you hurt New York, you hurt California, you hurt the economic engine of the nation,” Cuomo said.

He added that Trump doesn’t want to pay for the Gateway Tunnel, an infrastructure project that’s been a top priority for the governor.

“There are some things that are just — I know we live in political times — but this is a train tunnel and it’s 100 years old and its collapsing,” Cuomo said. “Can’t we get past the politics?”