President Trump signs $2.3 trillion in spending and aid bill, Says More Money to Come
President Trump signed the $2.3 trillion pandemic mitigation and spending bill Sunday night after reached an agreement with Congress on stimulus checks, Section 230, and voter fraud, the White House said.
Trump's signature of the bill, which includes a $ 900 billion aid package for COVID-19, means that a partial government shutdown has now been avoided, while financial aid will be provided to Americans.
“As President of the United States, it is my responsibility to protect the people of our country from the economic devastation and hardship that was caused by the China Virus,”
“I am signing this bill to restore unemployment benefits, stop evictions, provide rental assistance, add money for PPP, return our airline workers back to work, add substantially more money for vaccine distribution, and much more.”
“more money is coming” and vowed to “never give up” his fight for the American people. President Trump said in a statement.
President Trump also indicated that the House of Representatives will vote to increase direct payments to $ 2,000 per person and $ 5,200 to a family of four on Monday and that the Senate will also begin the voting process.
28 Dec 2020