Palm Beach, Florida —President Trump threw a grenade, threatened to blow up the massive COVID relief and government funding bills, and forced the government to shut down during the pandemic. After that, Christmas was played in Florida the day before Christmas.Disagree with the bill can be deniedOn the edge.
Mr. Trump did not have any public activities on the first day of the winter break on Thursday, but went to his Palm Beach Golf Club, where he was now linked by CNN camera. The reporter did not get his schedule for the day, but told reporters, “As the holidays approach, President Trump will continue to work tirelessly for the American people. His schedule includes many meetings and conference calls.”
Mr. Trump did not have any public activities on the Christmas schedule, but the White House Press Office once again stated: “During the holidays, President Trump will continue to make unremitting efforts for the American people. His schedule includes many meetings and Phone.”
On Mr. Trump’s trip to Florida, Washington was still shocked by his surprise. This was the 11th hour request. The year-end spending bill that Congress leaders spent months negotiating provides for most Americans. A $2,000 COVID relief check-far more than $60 billion by a member of his own political party has agreed.ofOn Thursday, the proposal was in trouble.
CBS News confirmed that the Coronavirus Relief and Government Spending Bill was sent to Florida on Thursday night for the president to sign (or veto), if he chooses to do so.
After the White House assured Republican leaders of Trump’s support, the compromise reached between the two parties was deemed complete and won full approval from the House and Senate this week.
If he refuses to sign the agreement with the $1.4 trillion government funding bill, it will force the federal government to shut down, except for delays in aid inspections during the most terrible crisis, and suspension of unemployment benefits and eviction protection. Pandemic.
This is the final display of dissatisfaction from the President’s Republicans who have raged his campaign and lost to President-elect Biden and tried to come up with new ones, increasingly outrageous.He has been instigated by his lawyers and allies like the former mayor of New York Arrive in Florida with the President and Air Force One.
Trump’s anger is partly centered on Republicans in Congress, who believe that Republicans are not enough to support his efforts to legitimize Biden’s victory by spreading baseless mass voter fraud accusations.of January 6.
In Florida, Mr. Trump continued to criticize the election results, complaining to members that he was robbed by the election and frustrated with the year-end spending bill.
“At a meeting in Florida today, everyone was asking why Republicans did not fight for the fact that the Democrats stole the tampered presidential election?” The president returned to his private Mar-a-Lago club and posted Tweeted. “Especially in the Senate, they said, here you helped eight senators win the election.”
“I will never forget!” He wrote another.
These statements highlight concerns that Mr. Trump is expanding negotiations to punish lawmakers for what they believe is insufficient loyalty.
The president did not provide credible evidence to support his election claims. A long list of officials from the former Attorney General William Barr to Republican governors, judges and local election administrators also refuted this claim.
At the same time, with the spread of the coronavirus, the United States continues to make a comeback, with the number of infections and hospitalizations reaching record levels, and more than 329,000 people have died. Due to the economic losses caused by the pandemic, thousands of people now face the prospect of spending holidays alone or struggling to make ends meet without sufficient income, food or shelter.
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have been trying to save year-end legislation to prevent the government from shutting down.
Democrats will recall members of the House of Representatives to go to Washington on Monday to vote on Trump’s $2,000 proposal, although it is likely to perish in the Republican-controlled Senate. They are also considering voting on a stopgap measure on Monday to at least avoid the shutdown of the federal government and keep the government running until Mr. Biden takes office on January 20.
In addition to relief inspections, the passed COVID bill will also establish a temporary supplementary unemployment benefit of $300 per week, provide a new round of subsidies for hard-hit businesses, restaurants, and theaters, provide funding for schools, and provide health care. Provide funding and help distribute COVID vaccine