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Second stimulus checks: Trump urges GOP to ?strongly? focus on relief for Americans


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Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee said accepting a deal with Pelosi this close to November 3 could serve as a “death knell” for the party’s efforts to retain its majority in the Senate, according to the New York Times.Over the weekend, Pelosi dismissed the latest White House offer as “one step forward, two steps back.” Meanwhile, a top House Democrat says no relief vote is expected in his chamber this week as negotiations continue to chug along. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer made the statement in reference to what he labeled, “the Trump administration’s failure to reach an agreement.” The Democrat from Maryland added it’s possible House members will be called back later in the month to vote if an agreement is reached.Last week saw a wild back-and-forth on negotiations over a relief package.On Friday, the White House boosted its COVID-19 aid offer to roughly $1.8 trillion, with a key state and local fiscal relief component moving from $250 billion to at least $300 billion.

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