Pelosi Sets a Tuesday Deadline for Stimulus Talks

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Both Republicans and Democrats are battling to find a solution to the COVID-19 economic stimulus talks that stalled in the last few weeks between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. With just over two weeks to go until the 2020 election, both Democrats and Republicans do not want to be seen as causing the breakdown of talks. Even after President Trump pulled his negotiating team from the talks held between Pelosi and Mnuchin has been ongoing in a truncated form. Pelosi believes she has the upper hand over the Republicans in the stimulus talks as time ticks down to the election on November 3rd leading to her setting a Tuesday deadline for talks to make some headway.

The House Speaker and Treasury Secretary are reported to have held 75 minutes of talks via phone on Sunday and planned to carry on their discussions on Monday. The effects of the pandemic on the economy may be the biggest issue in the Presidential race, but the overall issue of COVID-19 remains a deeply troubling part of the battle between the two parties.

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