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Written by The Hill Press   
Monday, 10 August 2020 17:19

trump-exec-order-8820Get some facts and analysis beyond the glittering generalities of Trump's staged press event.


WASHINGTON, DC - President Trump over the weekend signed executive orders on payroll taxes, unemployment benefits, student loans and evictions, seeking to take matters into his own hands as negotiations with Democrats over coronavirus relief legislation have stalled.

The White House argues that the executive actions will provide relief to Americans who are struggling financially as a result of the coronavirus recession. But Democrats have argued that Trump’s orders won’t be effective or sufficient.

Many Republicans support the president’s moves, but some conservatives are questioning their legality.

Here’s a look at what Trump’s orders will and won’t do, and where there are gray areas.

Read the full story here.

 
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