The Washington lawmakers have started reassuring people and are involved in a talk regarding the next round of coronavirus aid.
Pence said, “ Nobody wants to give direct payments to American families more than President Donald Trump”.
The millions of Americans who have been longingly waiting for the next dollar 1,200 stimulus checks may be put at ease to know that these payments are still a prime concern for the Washington lawmakers.
Politically, some of the people in the White House might think it’s a good thing to get a check signed by Donald Trump right before the election.
This decision has been delayed because there has been a political impasse between Republicans and Democrats in Congress. They must end their stalemate and accept the decision of giving the coronavirus aid.
Vice President Mike Pence reassured more stimulus checks is the White House’s commitment.
Millions of Americans who are eagerly waiting for the second round of $1,200 stimulus checks may be relieved to know those payments are still a priority for Washington lawmakers.
Congress approved the first check when it cleared the CARES Act in March.
The payments include up to dollars 1,200 per individual or dollars 2,400 per married couple, plus dollars 500 per child under age 17. Full payments have been sent to individuals who have a yearly income of up to dollars 75,000, heads of the household up to dollars 112,500 and married couples who file jointly making up to dollars 150,000 per annum. The finalization of these second checks cannot be done until October or later as the Congress has to pass the legislation of authorizing these checks yet.
Since the elections are coming up, this could be of much political interest to the involved parties.
Hoagland quoted “Politically, some of the people in the White House might think it’s a good thing to get a check signed by Donald Trump right before the election”.