Help is on the way, but how much is still being debated.
A Bi-Partison agreement was reached to provide COVID-19 relief to millions of Americans.
This agreement was made in conjunction with United States Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin representing the administration. However, this did not stop millions from seeing a lapse in aid because President Trump refused to sign the bill until Sunday, past the Saturday 11:59 PM deadline. The President cited the delay because he wanted assurance from Congress that they would increase stimulus checks to $2,000 from the agreed $600, vote on section 230, and launch an investigation on 2020 voter fraud.
And the President has continued his twitter onslaught with tweets like
With two days left in an unconventional and tumultuous 2020, one can only hope for a better 2021.