Not evaluating another stimulus bill
The top economic adviser of the White House, Larry Kudlow said that they have stopped discussions with Congress over any further coronavirus stimulus bill as it waits for additional information about how American state reopenings impact the economy. The Senate as well as House of Representatives have already issued four key stimulus packages to address the coronavirus epidemic, involving three targeted at stabilizing the economy of the United States as millions of Americans have stayed in place and jobless rate has soared.
Democrats, who manage the House, are pushing for a vote as soon as upcoming week on another major coronavirus stimulus bill that would contain extra money for state as well as domestic governments, COVID-19 testing and the American Postal Service. They also have been disputing with Republicans over the trillions of dollars contributed by the federal government in response to the problem.
With Republicans discharging that Democratic House speaker Nancy Pelosi generated a subcommittee on the problem to attack American president Donald Trump because he runs for re-election in the month of November. The director of the National Economic council, Kudlow told the reporters that formal discussions with Congress leaders have halted for May about another stimulus bill. Shed said that we just had another major infusion.