Approval in the House would send it to the president, who has promised to sign it “immediately.”
Quick Senate and House approval is now needed to start getting the funds out to Amercans.
Those trying to fashion a deal for aid in the coronavirus have to deal with a temperamental president who can’t keep his volatile, childish temper under control.
The rush to fight the coronavirus virus considers funding that doubles or triples the amount requested by Donald Trump, who is criticized for not providing enough.
Trump’s so-called “budget” is a myriad collection of lies, twisted “facts” and outright falsifications that doesn’t stand a chance in Congress.
The measure is likely to pass the House next week just before the House votes on impeaching Trump. A Senate vote is expected before a temporary spending bill expires next Friday at midnight.
Trump’s anger at impeachment, his poisonous relationship with Pelosi, and his unpredictability and volatility are red flags for optimists.