Emergency unemployment benefits for millions of Americans disappeared overnight President TrumpThe Donald Trump post office will be named after the oldest Pearl Harbor senior federal agent searching for homes in Antioch for the Nashville bombing.The government continues to introduce more vaccines Congress is still in a deadlock in providing relief to a large number of people as part of the coronavirus economic stimulus bill.
After asking Congress to increase the amount of personal stimulus checks on Americans from the proposed $600 to $2,000, President Trump refused to sign the law.
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“This is the second day after Christmas. Because President Donald Trump refused to sign the overwhelming majority and the bipartisan majority vote passed by Congress, millions of families don’t know whether they can make ends meet.” President-elect Joe BidenJoe Biden, brother of Biden adviser Ricchetti, was appointed as lobbyist at Amazon on Sunday.The government continues to roll out vaccines worldwide with more than 80 million COVID-19 cases In a statement on Saturday, it said that adding Trump’s refusal to sign the bill would have “destructive consequences” for the American people and the country’s economy.
Trump defended his hard-line approach to stimulus checks in a tweet on Saturday night.
Trump wrote on Twitter: “2000 USD + 2000 USD plus other family members. Not 600 USD.” “Remember, this is China’s fault!”
$2000 + $2000 plus other family members. Not $600. Remember, this is China’s fault!
-Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 27, 2020
An estimated 12 million Americans are affected by inaction.
According to an initial response plan to the coronavirus pandemic formulated by legislation earlier this year, welfare is provided for performance workers and others who do not meet the traditional unemployment conditions, while the other aid is for long-term unemployed people.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, a record number of Americans have applied for unemployment benefits, and many restaurants, bars, hotels and other small businesses have been closed due to public health orders.
“The whole experience was frightening,” McCarthy said. “I can’t help thinking, if I didn’t save anything or have emergency funds in those five months, where would we go?”
The government will be closed on Tuesday unless Trump signs a package that includes a $1.4 trillion comprehensive spending bill attached to the COVID-19 relief law, or Congress approves another measure before then to maintain funding support for government operations .
Trump also criticized certain spending regulations in financing legislation. His administration supported these provisions during negotiations on the package, some of which reflected the priorities of the president’s budget.