After a tension and temper dominated debate Monday, the negotiators appear more willing Tuesday to find areas of agreement.
Like everything else in America, campaigns for president must struggle to find a way to find a message that resonates with people.
Is this package a true rescue of the millions of Americans affected by the coronavirus pandemic or just an expensive band-aid? Time will tell.
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.
As president, Trump believes he is still a self-proclaimed “super-salesman” and reality TV host. He makes big boasts and big promises but when the facts fall short, as they often do in his claims on the coronavirus pandemic, he lies a lot more.