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Republican When I Was A Kid No Wait I Still Do That Dancing Bear The Beatles shirt . Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger said Sunday that President Donald Trump’s refusal to sign a $900 billion relief package Congress passed last week and allow critical benefits to lapse for millions of jobless Americans “shows the chaos of the whole thing.” Kinzinger is one of several members of the President’s party urging him to sign the bill in the final days of his presidency to deliver much-needed aid to Americans ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. “We passed it because this was the agreed upon number,” Kinzinger, an outspoken critic of Trump, told CNN’s Dana Bash on “State of the Union” Sunday of the bipartisan package. The Covid-19 relief legislation, which had arrived at Mar-a-Lago by Friday to await Trump’s signature, would extend the number of weeks people can stay on two key pandemic unemployment programs and increase weekly benefits by $300 for all through mid-March.
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During negotiations with Congress, Trump largely sat on the sidelines but after the relief package’s passage last week, the President has complained that the provision included to give up to $600 in direct payments to jobless individuals who qualify is not enough When I Was A Kid No Wait I Still Do That Dancing Bear The Beatles shirt . Trump wants to send out $2,000 stimulus checks. Kinzinger, who dismissed Trump’s baseless claims about electoral fraud earlier this month and warned his Republican colleagues of dire consequences if they failed to do the same, took issue with Trump’s inability to speak up sooner about the $2,000 checks. “It’s what the President negotiated. And then for him to come out and say, ‘Now I’m going to veto it for the $2,000 checks.’ Fine, if you want to make it $2,000 checks, negotiate that from the beginning. Let’s have the discussion after this bill is signed because right now we’re at a point where people are left out in the dark,” Kinzinger said. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, appearing on “State of the Union,” echoed the need for the President to sign the relief package, bluntly saying that if the President wanted increased payments, he should have “weighed in” earlier. “He should have weighed in eight months ago. We’ve been fighting for this since March or April. Or at least eight days ago, and not after they finally reached agreement,” Hogan, who did not vote for Trump’s reelection, told Bash. Hogan added that he also wants more help for the unemployed but that doesn’t mean the President should resist signing the legislation. “We’d like to see more help get out to the struggling small businesses and the folks that are unemployed and need this money desperately. But this took a long time. Eight months of dysfunction and divisiveness in Congress,” Hogan said. “There’s plenty of blame to go around, but now we’ve reached an agreement at least on something. It’s not enough. But it’s a step in the right direction. We need to get it done.” Republican Sen. Pat Toomey, who is retiring at the end of his term, suggested on “Fox News Sunday” that Trump should sign the bill and then push for more relief.
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