Coronavirus stimulus checks: Some Democrats believe Trump’s $1.8T offer was enough

Coronavirus stimulus checks: Some Democrats believe Trump’s $1.8T offer was enough

It’s been almost three months since negotiations started on the next stimulus package. However, the lawmakers haven’t reached a consensus yet. The reason for no stimulus deal and coronavirus stimulus checks despite several offers, is clearly political. This is what has been frustrating many, including many Democrats.Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreCoronavirus stimulus checks: Pelosi should have accepted $1.8T offerAndrew Yang, the former Democratic presidential candidate, said he is “beyond disappointed” that the Congress hasn’t yet passed the next relief package, including the...

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