Political wrangling and stalemates prevented any needed help or stimulus for millions of Americans out of work and out of money.
Without aid approval, representatives in swing districts face angry voters.
Approval in the House would send it to the president, who has promised to sign it “immediately.”
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.
“This certainly makes it pretty clear what was going on. And it was a quid pro quo.”