The White House would likely support a new round of stimulus checks.
The White House did not provide further comment except to release a statement which said:
“As President Trump has said, we are going to ensure that we take care of all Americans so that we emerge from this challenge healthy, stronger, and with economic prosperity, which is why the White House is focused on pro-growth, middle class tax and regulatory relief.”
“60 days into the coronavirus crisis, the White House does not have a plan, a framework, a philosophy, or a goal.”
Real presidents lead. Reality TV presidents don’t. https://t.co/hn7GkkPv5Y
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) May 14, 2020
Peak CNN: Complaining for a year about a lack of White House press briefings, then refusing to air @PressSec when she holds one.
Spare us the faux outrage, next time.https://t.co/gmv7FbLvDd
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) May 13, 2020