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Donald Trump Signs Relief and Spending Package Into Law

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Donald Trump has signed into law a coronavirus relief and spending package bill. He didn’t want to sign the bill. He criticized wasteful spending and calling for higher payouts to people hit by the pandemic.

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However, the delay meant that millions temporarily lost job opportunities. After months of agreements, the relief worth $900bn was accepted by Congress.

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Republican and Democratic Party lawmakers had been begging Donald Trump to sign the budget. Around 14 million Americans faced a failure in unemployment benefit payments and new stimulus cheques.

Meanwhile, it is the responsibility of the president, Donald Trump to protect people of his country from the economic devastation and hardship befallen the states

About 9.2 million renters who have lost jobs income during the COVID Pandemics are behind on rent. The reassurance package also extends eviction protection to January 31. And provides $25 billion in rental assistance for those who lost their sources of income during the pandemic.

Mr. Joe Biden warned devastating consequences if Mr Trump fails to delay signing. Trump has been under growing pressure from both sides of Congress to sign the bill.

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Why Did Donald Trump Change his Mind?

After the COVID aid relief bill passed the House of Representatives and Senate. Mr. Donald Trumpissued an implied veto threat, describing the package as a disgrace and full of wasteful items.

Mr. Trump also accepts aid money at the annual for other countries in the federal budget. discussing that those funds should rather go to struggling Americans.

However, his request to send the measure back to Capitol Hill lawmakers since he has stayed out of the agreements. Meanwhile, Trump was signing the bill with a strong message that makes clear to Congress that wasteful items need to be removed.

Though he has refused to accept defeat. But he will leave the White House on January 20 after losing  to Mr. Biden. However, it wasn’t clear why Donald Trump finally accepted to sign the bill into law.

Every Republican vote against this bill is a vote to deny the financial hardship that families face and to deny the Americans people the reassurance they need.

The Preisident risked being remembered for chaos, misery and also unpredictable behavior. President elect descrbed Mr Donald Trump’s refusal to sign the bill as an avoidance of responsibility. Although, Mr Joe Biden had already warned against disastrous consequnces if Donald Trump refuses to sign.

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The bill includes a payment of $600 to Americans earning less than $75,000 a year. Donald  Trump said he wanted Americans to receive $2,000. But Republicans in Congress disagrees with the changes.

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The country, Congress and also many of Trump’s closest assistance and adivsiers has continued to well in the dark as to what he intended to do. Donald Trump railed against many provisions that were meant to be part of the omnibus spending b illl, and not the the COVID relief bill.

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