Democrats will unveil a 'Rooseveltian' coronavirus rescue package

Source: Daily Mail Online - View Original Article
Published: May 07, 2020
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99% "Three times the rate during the Great Depression.'""
98% "'We had the Great Depression.""
96% "Schumer, during his interview, compared Republicans, including Donald Trump, to former President Herbert Hoover, who was at the helm at the start of the ..."
92% "The latter implemented The New Deal, which was a series of programs, public work projects, financial reforms and regulations enacted between 1933 and 1939.""
89% "- we really also have to put food on the table,' she continued.""
86% "Senate Minority Leader chuck Schumer said Thursday that Democrats are preparing to propose the next coronavirus package - claiming it will be 'Rooseveltian-type action' Franklin ..."
83% "'The people like McConnell and McCarthy and even Trump who say let's wait and do nothing, well, they remind me of the old Herbert ..."

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99% : Three times the rate during the Great Depression.'
98% : 'We had the Great Depression.
96% : Schumer, during his interview, compared Republicans, including Donald Trump, to former President Herbert Hoover, who was at the helm at the start of the Great Depression.
92% : Hoover wrongly predicted the economy would rapidly recover by 1930, but instead the Great Depression lasted until 1939.
92% : The latter implemented The New Deal, which was a series of programs, public work projects, financial reforms and regulations enacted between 1933 and 1939.
89% : - we really also have to put food on the table,' she continued.
86% : Senate Minority Leader chuck Schumer said Thursday that Democrats are preparing to propose the next coronavirus package - claiming it will be 'Rooseveltian-type action' Franklin D. Roosevelt (pictured) was elected president a few years into the Great Depression in the 1930s and created the New Deal, which was a series of programs, public work projects, financial reforms and regulations enacted between 1933 and 1939 Schumer then compared Republicans' actions, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (left) and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (right), claiming they were dismissing the crisis like then-President Herbert Hoover did during the Depression Hoovery famously predicted the Great Depression would end the economy would rapidly recover from the Great Depression by 1930, but instead it lasted until 1939 and he was voted out in the 1932 election by an embarrassingly large margin to FDR House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also said Thursday that the next relief package will include an expansion of the federal food stamp program SNAP
83% : Chuck Schumer said Thursday that Democrats are looking to pass a relief package as massive and far-reaching as those implemented during the Great Depression under then-President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
83% : House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said during her weekly press briefing Thursday morning that the next COVID-19 relief package will include an expansion of SNAP, the federal food stamp program.
83% : 'The people like McConnell and McCarthy and even Trump who say let's wait and do nothing, well, they remind me of the old Herbert Hoovers,' Schumer said, referencing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
83% : Trump says he wants the next coronavirus package to include a payroll tax cut - but both Democrats and many Republicans are against the idea 'We need big, bold action,' Schumer told MSNBC, adding that he is 'working very closely' with Pelosi 'on putting together a very strong plan, which you will hear shortly.'
82% : 'We need Franklin Rooseveltian-type action,' the Senate Minority Leader told MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle during a three-hour coronavirus special Thursday. '
76% : The food banks are overwhelmed and we have to have a significant increase in SNAP.'
73% : The American people know it.
69% : His comments came after McConnell released a statement earlier this week asserting Congress 'take a pause' before passing more pandemic relief.
68% : And we hope to take that in the House and Senate in a very big and bold way.'
66% : Food banks are overwhelmed as hundreds of cars line up across the country for free food
64% : Hoover said, 'just let's wait it out.'
56% : The bill would include, according to Democrats' rough proposals, more direct checks for Americans, enhanced capabilities for unemployment offices and more relief for those filing for unemployment, rent and mortgage suspensions and expansions of the food stamps program.
54% : Contrasting Hoover's response was Roosevelt.
53% : Trump has demanded the next relief bill include a payroll tax cut, which Democrats - and many Republicans - oppose, claiming it's more important to help those out of work rather than providing tax cuts to those who still have their jobs.
52% : Pelosi told reporters Thursday that one of her 'motivations for being in politics' is to make sure children are fed.
48% : Trump will also be facing reelection in November in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, or at least the direct aftermath if the virus were to wane out in the next few months.
46% : We have to have SNAP.
45% : Hoover was widely shamed for not doing enough to combat the economic crisis in America, and was voted out in the 1932 election to Roosevelt with an extremely large margin of 472 Electoral College votes for FDR and 59 for Hoover.
43% : When I was hungry you fed me.
41% : Several food banks have been run dry of their supplies, with hundreds of cars lining up to receive free giveaways as more than 33 million people have applied for unemployment in the last six weekly filing periods.
34% : 'So in addition to putting money in people's pockets - direct payments, unemployment insurance, some other tax credits, etc.
33% : I mean, what is it that - why is that a mystery?
32% : 'One in five mothers report that their children are not getting enough food,' the California Democrat said.
31% : 'We had SNAP in the first bill - in the last three bills wouldn't accept SNAP,' she said, insinuating blame on Republicans. '
25% : There have been a handful of coronavirus relief packages already passed through Congress and signed by Trump, including the $2.2 trillion CARES Act, which he signed at the end of March.
7% : It got worse and worse,' Schumer said, likening the federal and Republican response to the coronavirus to Hoover's response to depression in the 1930s.
6% : Democrats are looking to pass a part two of the CARES package, which would be the fifth piece of legislation passed as part of coronavirus relief - and there are signs it could surpass $3 trillion.

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