On August 8, local time, US President Trump signed a series of executive orders at a press conference in Bedminster, New Jersey, seeking to continue the COVID-19 pandemic when negotiations on the Congressional bailout bill stalled. Economic relief measures. The media said that Trump’s executive order is expected to face legal challenges soon, because the continuation of these plans will require federal funds controlled by Congress.

  According to reports, the executive order signed by Trump involves payroll taxes, unemployment benefits, student loans, and the federal suspension of deportation orders. The executive order will provide unemployed Americans with additional unemployment benefits of $400 a week, which is lower than the $600 weekly federal unemployment benefits approved by Congress in March and due at the end of July. (Editor Li Jiali)

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