BREAKING New Stimulus JUST Announced! 4 NEW Executive Orders

BREAKING New Stimulus JUST Announced! 4 NEW Executive Orders

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Trump signs executive orders providing temporary virus relief after stimulus talks with Congress stall

With talks with Congress at an impasse, President Donald Trump signed a series of executive orders on Saturday to provide temporary relief to Americans who are suffering from the economic impact of the virus pandemic.
Speaking from his golf resort in Bedminster, N.J., Trump said his orders would provide an additional $400-per-week in unemployment benefits, suspend payments on some student loans through the end of the year and protect renters from being evicted from their homes.
Trump said he also would instruct employers to defer certain payroll taxes through the end of the year for Americans who earn less than $100,000 annually.
Trump acted on his own after two weeks of negotiations with congressional Democrats collapsed without an agreement on a new relief package.
"We've had it," Trump said. "We're going to save American jobs and provide relief to the American worker."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., met for more than two hours Friday with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows in a last-ditch attempt to salvage discussions. But the effort appeared fruitless, with both sides admitting they were at a standstill with no real pathway forward.
Afterward, Mnuchin announced that he and Meadows would recommend that Trump move forward with the executive orders, even though Democrats said the president lacks the legal authority to take unilateral action on most of those items and that, in any case, he doesn't have enough money in the federal budget to accomplish his goals.
Trump had been threatening for days to provide relief through an executive order if negotiations failed to produce a deal.
Before leaving for a trip to Ohio on Thursday, Trump said he had instructed his staff to work on the details of orders regarding a payroll tax cut, suspension of evictions, student loan repayment options, and an extension of unemployment benefits.
"It's possible we'll make a deal, but it's also possible we won't," Trump told reporters.
Congressional lawmakers had interpreted Trump's threat as a way to pressure negotiators into making a deal. Even some Republicans said they believed Trump was bluffing.
"I doubt if he's serious," Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, told reporters on Thursday.
Political opponents questioned whether Trump's orders are legal and whether they would be effective in any case.
"It's nowhere close to enough to fix the problem," Democratic strategist Eddie Vale said.

"The idea that this is Trump leading is total hogwash," Schwerin said. "House Democrats passed a relief bill two months ago and Trump has chosen to force the country deeper into a recession rather than take action. Trump has failed on the virus, and he has failed on the economy."
Josh Blackman, an expert on constitutional law, said Trump may try to get around questions about whether he has the authority to grant a payroll tax cut and other relief through executive order by simply instructing that existing federal law not be fully enforced.
"Rather than bestowing benefits, he would simply instruct the government not to collect taxes for example, or evict people in federal housing," said Blackman, a professor of constitutional law at South Texas College of Law in Houston.

The PPP loan ends today as part of the Cares act, the Heroes act didn't pass the Senate and Heals act didn't get voted on.


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