FAST FIVE: Dems Increase Stimulus Demands Despite White House Concessions; Trump Weighs Executive Order For Extensions
Dems Increase Stimulus Demands Despite White House Concessions; Trump Weighs Executive Order For Extensions Tyler Durden Wed, 08/05/2020 – 14:08 Update (1408ET): Despite several more concession from the White House, Congressional Democrats have ratcheted up their demands if any new deal is to be struck on pandemic relief by the end of the week.
The White House has already offered $400 per week in supplemental unemployment through December 14th – a proposal which Democrats have flatly rejected according to the report.
The White House also agreed on extending a moratorium on evictions through mid-December.
If he goes through – Charles Gasparino (@CGasparino) August 5, 2020 w it there will be significant repercussions since the constitution gives congress the ultimate authority to tax and spend no matter how he and the supply-siders are rationalizing this move.
More as I get it w @TeamCavuto 115pm – Charles Gasparino (@CGasparino) August 5, 2020 Of course, every political pundit and constitutional law expert on the “rent-a-quote” rolls believes there's no way Trump could ever pull off the executive order.