BREAKING: Republicans Say No To Trump/Pelosi Demand For $2,000 Stimulus Checks


Republicans in the House have snubbed their noses at President Donald Trump and have said they will rebuff his demand for a $2,000 stimulus checks.

During a conference call, House GOP Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy told his fellow Republican representatives on Wednesday that the unanimous consent that Speaker Nancy Pelosi will call for to get Americans the $2,000 checks will not go through.

He said that the Speaker’s plan was a “stunt” and that Republicans will work on their own plan for stimulus.

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McCarthy said on the call that he spoke to President Trump directly and that the president has not decided to definitely veto the current bill that includes $600 stimulus checks.

Pelosi dropped the hammer on President Trump and Republicans in a letter to her fellow Democrats, saying that the president should get Republicans to back the $2,000 stimulus checks.

“Just when you think you’ve seen it all,” Pelosi said, “the President said that he would possibly veto the bicameral agreement negotiated between Republicans and Democrats.”