Republicans, who say Pelosi has been unyielding in the talks, will control the White House and the Senate until January regardless of the outcome of Tuesday's election, and have pressed for a more targeted aid package that ignores key Pelosi demands. "The White House and (Senate Majority Leader) Mitch McConnell have resisted, and on Sunday, Mark Meadows told us why", she said in a letter to Democratic House members.
"My guess would be that if Trump loses, supporting a bill becomes (even) less attractive to most Senate Republicans, both because some senators will want to position themselves for the 2024 Republican primary and because they are less likely to want to jump start the Biden economy", Veuger said.
"Trump administration does not think state shutdowns are necessary".
Democrats have been pushing for a $2.2 trillion relief package while the White House wants a lower price tag of $1.9 trillion.
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Those included language for a national testing plan; child and earned income tax credits; a balance between OSHA worker safety measures and liability protections; as well as funding levels for state and local governments, unemployment insurance, schools and child care.
"Our first responders, public servants on the job, our small businesses and families around the country need relief now. I thought the President did too and that was part of the leverage that each side had that we both wanted an agreement". "Nancy Pelosi is only interested in bailing out badly run, crime-ridden Democrat cities and states".
"From the beginning I've been clear that we can not let COVID bankrupt our city and state, putting the livelihoods of first responders and public servants on the line and gutting our public transit systems", Rose said. Where the talks go after the election is wholly uncertain - a comeback win would award Trump with greater leverage but a loss could also make him less invested in an agreement and less willing to compromise to get there.
Last week, Democrats blocked a Republican-sponsored "skinny" bill of $500 billion.
"We beat them before, and we'll do it again".