Trump’s pandemic relief flip-flop will hurt millions however it ends
President Donald Trump's sudden request for short-term changes to pandemic aid and government spending plans in 2021 has thrown Washington into chaos, but one thing is clear: it will expose millions of Americans to additional difficulties. Meanwhile, 12 million unemployed Americans will lose unemployment benefits on Saturday, and even if their resumption is finally approved, it will take weeks or more for states to actually distribute payments. If the relief bill dies because of Trump's tantrum, a likely outcome is a new effort negotiated after President Biden's inauguration. Republicans are likely to be far less cooperative when negotiations begin after the special elections in Georgia on January 5th.
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