Democrats and Republicans pan Donald Trump’s US$1.8 trillion stimulus proposal

A new US$1.8 trillion economic stimulus proposal from the Trump administration drew criticism from congressional Democrats and Republicans, diminishing hopes for a coronavirus relief deal before the November 3 election.In a weekly letter to Democratic colleagues, Pelosi said the Trump administration’s proposal lacked a “strategic plan to crush the virus” and gave President Donald Trump too much discretion to decide how funds were allocated.“At this point, we still have disagreement on many…

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