Washington, Oct. 11 – US Treasury Secretary Steve Munuchin and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows called for Congress to pass on Sunday Corona virus The relief bill uses the remaining funds from the small business loan program as a comprehensive package of negotiations on the face of opposition.
Their proposal is the latest twist in repeated, repeated negotiations to try to get more impetus to the economy.
In a letter to the House and Senate Members, முனுச்சின் And Meadows will continue to speak with White House Senate Democrat leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, but Congress should “immediately vote on a bill” that will help use the unused pay protection plan funds.
“An all or nothing approach is an unacceptable answer for the American people,” they wrote.
President Donald Trump Delivers $ 1.8 trillion Corona virus relief package in talks with Pelosi on Friday Twitter “Go big” – moving closer to Pelosi’s 2 2.2 trillion project. It came after Trump announced last week that he would suspend talks after the November 3 election.
Trump’s reversal and high offer have drawn criticism from at least 20 Senate Republicans, who say they are concerned the cost of a deal Republicans Support in the upcoming elections.
White House economic adviser Larry Goodlow said Sunday that he thought CNN State of the Union Senate Republicans would eventually come.
“If an agreement can be reached, I think they will go with it,” he said, adding that there will be “more efforts for negotiations” on a package this week.
(Valerie Volkovic editing report by Bill Berkrod)