McConnell urges White House not to make coronavirus deal with Pelosi

McConnell urges White House not to make coronavirus deal with Pelosi

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell urged the White House not to strike a big coronavirus deal before the Nov. 3 election, despite President Trump’s public wishes to do so.

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The powerful Kentucky Republican expressed his concerns to the Trump administration in the midst of ongoing talks between Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as they try to forge a deal this week that would deliver direct payments, unemployment help and business relief to Americans reeling from the pandemic’s economic fallout. 

McConnell revealed his advice to the White House during a closed-door lunch with Senate Republicans on Tuesday. 


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