Congress, Trump administration still at impasse over coronavirus stimulus

Coronavirus stimulus gridlock continued Tuesday with no deal in sight.

Democrats and Trump administration officials walked away from the negotiating table after a week of fruitless discussions over extending unemployment aid and paycheck protection.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Democrats are willing to negotiate but called on Republicans to kick in another trillion to pay for a laundry list of items in their $3 trillion HEROES Act, which included $1 trillion for state and local governments.

Republicans want to cap the entire package at $1 trillion, and GOP Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell accused Democrats of trying to ram through a liberal wish list and hurting the American people in the process.

“It does the nation a disservice to act like the last several weeks were just another routine political standoff,” McConnell said.

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