Members of the Senate Intelligence Committee are upset after the administration declined to share sensitive files found in Trump's and Biden's records.
There might have been "too much" in the bill, the Virginia Democrat said, but it was better than letting the economy unravel.
"I am disappointed that the Biden administration clearly did not accurately assess the implications of a rapid U.S. withdrawal," Sen. Bob Mendendez said.
It would cut banks out of the process and offer relief to businesses of all sizes until the coronavirus crisis is resolved.
The Virginia Democrat noted that his “staff tried to stop me from sharing this quarantine delicacy with the world.”
Sen. Marsha Blackburn called the measure aimed at foreign interference in federal elections "overbroad."
Classified briefings on Iran will also be given next week to the full House and Senate.
Democratic leaders and presidential candidates demanded the release of the special counsel's report before Trump could interfere.
Obama and Trump were offering competing visions for the country in a split screen of campaigning on Sunday.
“I do this as a gun owner and a proud supporter of the Second Amendment," Sen. Mark Warner wrote.