US President for Tax Reform Grover Norquist said on Wednesday that President Trump should sign the COVID-19 reduction bill, approved by Congress on Monday.
The president posted a video on Twitter on Tuesday calling on lawmakers to amend the $ 900 billion legislation to include $ 2,000 for all Americans instead of $ 600.
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“We got a better deal than we could have imagined, given that Nancy Pelosi had a veto,” Norquist said. “I would start by signing this bill and then look at anything else you want to do.”
He added that “reopening the package” for changes “does not mean it will improve”.
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“Democrats still have the House of Representatives,” he said. “I can stop anything they want.”
The agreement also includes $ 300 a week in federal unemployment benefits for 11 weeks, $ 325 billion in small business benefits, $ 25 billion in rental assistance and $ 45 billion in rental benefits.