Trump will sign an executive order to extend unemployment benefits

Trump announced late Friday that he plans to sign an executive order to extend unemployment benefits to the end of the year. Trump said he would < / P > < p > he also said he would sign orders to extend the extension of student loans, exempt student loan interest, suspend evictions, and postpone some pay taxes to the end of the year. < / P > < p > the statement came after negotiations with Republican leaders on a broad stimulus bill broke down on Friday. The bill should have included a second round of stimulus, higher unemployment benefits, and other measures to help Americans deal with the epidemic. Trump said the government “continues to work in good faith,” “but unfortunately Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer continue to adhere to radical left-wing policies that have nothing to do with the epidemic.” < / P > < p > Trump’s executive orders may face legal challenges. Leaders said this week that Congress, not the president, has constitutional power to control the federal government’s purse. President of Belarus talks about Putin: like my brother, he is not an elder who gives orders

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