“You’re play-acting to be a lawyer.” The California lawmaker and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin got into a heated exchange over COVID-19 relief funding.
The California lawmaker grilled the Treasury secretary over his plan to move billions of dollars approved for COVID-19 relief into the general fund.
The Treasury Secretary argued that the funds should instead be used to help small businesses and unemployed workers.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said, “We’re working on mass distribution of the virus," and Twitter users unanimously agreed.
Critics see politics at play after Mnuchin's decision not to extend some of the Fed’s expiring emergency loan programs.
A faction of House Democrats don't want to keep holding out for a better deal.
The Trump administration has issued more than 5 million loans as part of federal economic relief for small businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Robert Duncan chaired the RNC during the party's unprecedented escalation of voter disenfranchisement efforts in swing states.
The treasury secretary is still peddling his theory that enhanced benefits encourage workers to "sit home." The facts prove otherwise.
The Treasury secretary with offshore tax havens is certain U.S. taxpayers will be upset when they get extra aid to weather COVID-19.