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Trump Pushes Pelosi and Mnuchin to ‘Go Big or Go Home’ on Stimulus Package

Fingers crossed that Congress gets the memo…

There has been plenty of talk lately about just what sort of stimulus package, if any, will be passed before the November election, and we’ve been getting mixed signals from all levels of government as of late.

For weeks on end, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been openly feuding with just about everyone involved in the process of determining just what sort of stimulus package will be coming next.  The Democrats have been insistent on putting together a pricey package that will keep the economy booming until COVID-19 becomes a non-issue.  Our President, as frugal as he is, has been hoping to slash the price tag on the proposal for weeks.

But a sudden change of heart seems to have overcome the West Wing on Wednesday.

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President Trump again urged lawmakers to pass a large coronavirus relief bill, saying in a tweet on Tuesday that Congress should “go big or go home.” The president has received pushback from Republicans opposed to a large package, and from Democrats who argue that a proposal by the White House does not go far enough.

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