President Trump is Standing up for Working Families in this Crisis

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The New York Post newspaper, dedicated one full page to send a message “Get Out of the Way” to Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, and Chuck Schumer, Senate minority leader. Both have been blocking the economic stimulus package proposed by President Donald Trump.

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While Democrats in Congress stall on economic relief for American workers and businesses, the President is standing up for all those affected by this global pandemic.
Today, President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence held a “virtual town hall” with Fox News from the White House. While answering questions from citizens, the President put Democrat leaders on notice: Stop holding Senate negotiations hostage for a partisan wish list that has nothing to do with Coronavirus or protecting our economy.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer are putting their donor base first. They want a relief package that has “nothing to do with the workers—that had to with an agenda that they’ve been trying to get passed for 10 years,” President Trump said.
America can’t afford politics as usual during this crisis. President Trump has understood that from the beginning, which is why his Coronavirus response reflects bipartisan leadership and not a checklist of partisan pork like the Democrats’ bill. In just the past few days, he and his Administration:

All of these actions, of course, are aimed squarely at responding to this global pandemic and protecting American families. That’s because President Trump is taking this crisis seriously—both the public health threat and the economic pressure facing middle-class Americans. Democrats in Congress must do the same before it’s too late.

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