Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden vowed if elected president he will appoint a “truly independent non-partisan Inspector General” on his first day to investigate every single coronavirus stimulus loan given to any “big company or political insider.”
President Trump on Monday said the U.S. is on track this week to pass 10 million coronavirus tests conducted, and announced the distribution of $11 billion in federal funds throughout the states for the sole purpose for testing resources to achieve their testing goals.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said the next coronavirus relief stimulus bill is going to be a “major issue” in the senate if it focuses on a bailout for “fiscal irresponsibility and fiscally reckless policies” states.
White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump welcomed a group of small-business owners and employees for an event at the White House Tuesday to highlight the Paycheck Protection Program loans allocated to small businesses that were adversely forced to shutter and from the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced Thursday she is creating a special House committee to oversee the Trump administration handling of the historic $2 trillion relief package and its ongoing response to the coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump, flanked by his administration and GOP lawmakers signed the historic $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package into law Friday afternoon in the Oval Office.