Chinanews.com, September 16th. According to a report by the American Chinese website, on the 15th local time, the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Pelosi, said that he planned to postpone the adjournment of the House of Representatives in October in order to reach an agreement with the Republican Party on a new round of the new crown bailout bill.
At the same time, a group of moderate bipartisans announced a bipartisan cooperation plan of over US$1.5 trillion, hoping to break the deadlock.
Data map: Pelosi, Speaker of the US House of Representatives.
Photo by China News Agency reporter Sha Hanting
According to reports, Republicans and Democrats have been unable to reach agreement on the fifth round of the new crown bailout bill.
Democrat Pelosi said, "We are determined to stay here until an agreement is reached." She also said that the two parties are divided on how to "overcome this virus."
Currently, this virus has caused more than 190,000 deaths in the United States.
Previously, the House of Representatives was originally scheduled to adjourn no later than October 2 so that members of the House of Representatives could return to their hometowns to participate in the House of Representatives elections on November 3.
On the other hand, in the past six weeks, the problem-solving team, including 25 Democrats and 25 Republicans, has been working hard to find common ground to solve the new crown problem.
On September 15 local time, they introduced an eclectic version of the bailout bill of over US$1.5 trillion.
Hoyer said that the new aid plan of over US$1.5 trillion called for by the Subcommittee on Resolution will be helpful, but more funds are needed to deal with the epidemic.
According to Gottheimer, the Democratic co-chairman of the group, “We can’t wait.” He said that the proposal aims to bring both parties back to the negotiating table.
On the 15th, President Trump also mentioned the need for more funds, but tried to blame the Speaker of the House of Representatives. He said in an interview: “We need additional relief measures, but Nancy Pelosi does not approve it because She thinks it will be bad for my election."