After long time Trump agree to sign the Covid-19 relief

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Trump signs the Covid-19 relief: Following days of apprehensive delay, Donald Trump has signed the Covid-19 relief and spending package worth $2.3 trillion, thus preventing government shutdown set to begin on Tuesday. The announcement of President signing the bill into law was made on Sunday night, after the Republicans reportedly urged him to do so after his blunt refusal to sign the bill. This delay led to millions of Americans have lost unemployment aid access.

Trump had blatantly put Democrats and Republicans stuck in a blind alley after months of their efforts over bill negotiations were upended as he refused to sign the package already passed by large margins by the House and Senate. Last week Trump demanded that the bill must be revised to include relief checks of larger proportions and scaled-back spending.


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