For the first time in months, top lawmakers seem to be in a compromising mood.
The Utah senator called himself a "deficit hawk" who doesn't like borrowing money — except during a crisis like the coronavirus pandemic.
Some workers can't do their jobs until COVID-19 is under control, and Congress is doing nothing.
A spokesman for the president-elect said he supports congressional leaders' strategy of holding out for the largest possible stimulus deal.
And the outcome of the election could change the prospects of a deal.
Keith William Nicoletta faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted of the charges related to the money, which was meant to help businesses during the pandemic.
Many GOP senators have privately said they’d like to avoid voting on new spending.
"Your pride just couldn't let it happen," the president said, apparently referring to his own pride.
The House Speaker blasted the CNN anchor as he confronted her about COVID-19 relief package negotiations.
More coronavirus relief would possibly help Donald Trump, but it would definitely help millions of struggling workers.