President Trump Signs Executive Orders After Coronavirus Relief Talks Fail

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President Trump on Saturday signed orders to extend unemployment benefits, suspend payroll taxes, and offer federal eviction and student loan relief, taking unilateral action that is on shaky legal ground amid stalled negotiations about a fifth round of coronavirus relief in Congress.

The president announced the slew of executive actions from his private club in Bedminster, N.J., where he is spending the weekend after lawmakers on Capitol Hill were unable to reach an agreement with White House negotiators.

Read more at The Hill.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. This is a deliberate attempt to end Social Security. The far right nutjobs have been trying to do that since the 1930s and if Trump is re-elected they will succeed. #Biden2020.

    • Charlie Horse,

      This is a desperate attempt on your part to obfuscate the truth and the only nutjob is you, Mah Yofis Boy, defender of the far left. The President is actually getting financial assistance to the citizens of this country who need it most, while your lazy democrat heroes like Pelosi and Schumer are doing nothing as usual.

    • Charles B. Hall, are you on Biden’s short list of vice president candidates? Your name sounds very vice-presidential. Trump has no intention of hurting Social Security recipients.
      VIVA Trump2020 !!!

  2. so tachlisdig!! your not gonna do anything? no problem i’ll do it myself, and now all you people look like a bunch of idiots! my pleasure!!

    • except the presidency doesn’t have that kind of power most likely. but it will force congress to act because it makes them look incompetent and inactive to the average american

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