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Pelosi says stimulus negotiators have 48 hours to reach an agreement
Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday’s negotiators had two days to agree on an upcoming coronavirus stimulus plan.
Negotiators must agree within 48 hours to ensure that President Donald Trump can sign it before the November election, which is weeks away.
Negotiations remain stalled in Congress as Republicans and Democrats continue to smooth over the details.
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Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi set a 48-hour deadline on Sunday that negotiators must meet to reach a deal on the upcoming coronavirus stimulus package ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
In an interview with ABC̵
7;s “This Week,” the California Democrat said the next two days would be crucial in terms of time for the bill to be signed by President Donald Trump before the presidential election.
With just over two weeks to go before the election, pressure is mounting to conduct a second round of incentive checks for Americans and small businesses whose finances and economic prospects were triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.
In the last few weeks, the Trump administration has put aggressive pressure to pull out the next pre-election stimulus package.
Asked on Sunday if Americans could expect to receive a second round of relief within that time, Pelosi said, “Well, it depends on the administration.”