Trump threatens to not sign COVID-19 bill

US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: "It really is a shame."
In a video message posted on Twitter Tuesday evening, US President Donald Trump threatened not to sign the $ 900 billion coronavirus relief bill unless Congress changes it.
And again he falsely claimed that he could stay in office.
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"I urge Congress to change this bill and increase the ridiculously low $ 600 to $ 2,000 or $ 4,000 for a couple. I also urge Congress to get rid of the wasteful and unnecessary elements of this legislation immediately and give me an appropriate bill or otherwise the next administration has to deliver a COVID aid package, and maybe I am too. "
The bipartisan stimulus package passed by Congress on Monday evening was intended to throw a lifeline to Americans after months of government inaction as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread across the country.
Trump said the bill was "much different than expected" and detailed items he believed to be wasteful spending, such as foreign aid and reef management.
"It's called the COVID auxiliary bill, but it has almost nothing to do with COVID."
Many critics of the law have argued that the new auxiliary round does not go far enough and are already calling on President-elect Joe Biden to do more after taking office on January 20th.
At a press conference earlier Tuesday, Biden said he plans to offer more assistance to the millions of Americans who are unemployed during the pandemic.
"We're going to need more money to help out firefighters and the police, many of whom will be fired as I speak. And the same goes for nurses who risk their lives on the front lines. The same goes for injuring families who don't." are able to eat on the table. " , Pay rent or mortgage. "
The auxiliary bill included $ 600 in payments that most Americans would have received by next week.
Video transcript
DONALD TRUMP: It really is a shame.
- In a video message posted on Twitter Tuesday night, U.S. President Donald Trump threatened not to sign the $ 900 billion coronavirus relief bill unless Congress changes it. And again he falsely claimed that he could stay in office.
DONALD TRUMP: I'm asking Congress to change this bill and increase the ridiculously low $ 600 to $ 2,000 or $ 4,000 for a couple. I also urge Congress to promptly eliminate the wasteful and unnecessary elements of this legislation and send me an appropriate invoice. Otherwise, the next administration will have to deliver a COVID aid package, and maybe I will be that administration.
- The bipartisan stimulus package passed by Congress on Monday evening should throw a lifeline to Americans after months of government inaction as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread across the country.
Trump said the bill was "much different than expected" and detailed items he believed to be wasteful spending, such as foreign aid and reef management.
DONALD TRUMP: It's called the COVID Relief Bill, but it has almost nothing to do with COVID.
- Many critics of the law have argued that the new auxiliary round does not go far enough and urge President-elect Joe Biden to do more as soon as he takes office on January 20th.
At a press conference earlier Tuesday, Biden said he plans to offer more assistance to the millions of Americans who are unemployed during the pandemic.
JOE BIDEN: We need more resources to help fire fighters and the police, many of whom are being fired as I speak. And the same goes for nurses who risk their lives on the front lines. The same goes for millions of injured families who are unable to put food on the table, pay rent or mortgage.
- The auxiliary bill contained $ 600 in payments that most Americans would have received by next week.
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