If you happened to miss the news, over the weekend, President Trump signed in a new executive order aimed at providing relief for Americans affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
This past Sunday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi commented on the executive order signed in by President Trump, saying to CNN that they're "unconstitutional slop". The signing happened on Saturday after both Republicans and Democrats couldn't reach an agreement on the second stimulus bill.
Pelosi spoke to CNN's Dana Bash, saying, "Well, the fact is, is that whether they're legal or not takes time to figure out. I associate my remarks with what the Senator (Ben) Sasse, who says, they're 'unconstitutional slop.' Right now, we want to address the needs of the American people. As my constitutional advisers tell me, they're absurdly unconstitutional." So, what does this mean for the second coronavirus stimulus check?
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Recently, the Trump administration rejected a Democratic offer of a $2 trillion stimulus packages, which has caused lawmakers to enter another round of negotiations for the second coronavirus stimulus package. When Pelosi was asked about future negotiations, here's what she said, "Well, we have to. We have to, and that's why we were willing to say we'll come down a trillion."
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