BREAKING: Trump Signs Stimulus Bill, Well After Unemployment Benefits Expired, But Before Government Shut Down
Trump released the stimulus and government spending funds, even though it didn't include the $2000 payment he claimed he wanted. A shut down was avoided, but millions of Americans' unemployment benefits ran out last night.
Senator Bernie Sanders blasted Trump's refusal to sign the negotiated COVID relief plan because 'we have a pathologically narcissistic in the White House."
MSNBC's Ali Velshi and Garrett Haake discuss the bleak outlook on whether there's going to be any agreement between Trump and Senate Republicans on a relief package with Trump refusing to sign the one passed by Congress last week.
As Trump continues to rage about the election supposedly being "stolen" from him and demanding $2000 checks after the fact rather than when it would have done some good, emergency pandemic relief is set to expire for millions of Americans.
McConnell's 'Skinny' COVID Bill, Which Helps The Coal Industry More Than Hungry Americans, Fails In The Senate
It's been 118 days since the House passed the $3 trillion HEROES Act, which Sen. Mitch McConnell has refused to take up, and it's 20 days until the government runs out of funding with the end of the fiscal year.
Surprise, surprise. During his campaign event at his golf club in New Jersey, the "executive orders" Trump signed are basically just pretty books he got to write on with a big marker.
CNN's Dana Bash tries to pin Larry Kudlow down on just exactly how much money the Trump administration's directive on unemployment benefits is actually going to pay.
Trump signs one executive order and three memoranda during his campaign rally he pretended was a press conference at his golf club in New Jersey.
Trump economic adviser who's been wrong about everything, Larry Kudlow, is none too happy with that nitpicking Poppy Harlow for daring to point out all the lies he's told about the coronavirus.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on Sunday complained that many people who receive unemployment benefits during the pandemic have been "overpaid."
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