President Trump Signs a Relief Order After Congress Collapse Discussion

President Trump Signs a Relief Order After Congress Collapse Discussion

The President of the United States has taken immediate action to ensure economic help to millions of Americans affected by the corona pandemic. When asked, he said that he was forced to take a firm decision after Congress broke down discussions. 

The overall directives include supporting the unemployed class in the United States, extend the students’ loan duration and suspend payroll tax as of now. 

Out of all of them, a few are likely to encounter a legal obstacle illustrating that Congress looks after the federal spendings and not the President. 

On this, Joe Biden, the Democratic competitor, said- “a series of half-baked measures”. Source: BBC. 

These negotiations broke down between the two parties on Friday after a debate of more than two weeks. 

It is still unknown if this decision will end up in the scope of discussions and talks between the top Democrats and Senior government officials for a stimulus system or not. 

Unraveling more details about the signed order, the President said that his administration would provide up to $400 per week for the unemployment sector to help millions of unemployed Americans throughout the nation. 

In conversation with the Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, President Trump said, “This is the money they need, this is the money they want, this gives them an incentive to go back to work,” Source: BBC. 

Mitch McConnell, Republican Senate Majority Leader, said that he supports the President- “exploring his options to get unemployment benefits and other relief to the people who need them the most.” Source: BBC. 

At present, Congress has already given $3tn as pandemic relief. And now, some of the Republicans from the Congress party do not desire to spend much on this. 

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Source: BBC