Trump Signs Executive Orders: for Payroll Tax Holiday; to Protect Renters, Homeowners; for Unemployment Benefits; to Address Student Debt

8 Aug

U.S. President Donald J. Trump signed Executive Orders, at a press conference, on Saturday, Aug. 8, for a payroll tax holiday, to protect renters and homeowners from evictions, to add $400 to unemployment benefits and to address student loan debt.

Before the expiration of the increased unemployment benefits, the unemployed were getting $600.

He continued to characterize the coronavirus as the “China Virus.”

He used the press conference to rail against the Democrats. He accused them of wanting “open borders” and wanting to “steal the election.”

These Executive Orders are most probably unconstitutional, according to legal scholars.

One Response to “Trump Signs Executive Orders: for Payroll Tax Holiday; to Protect Renters, Homeowners; for Unemployment Benefits; to Address Student Debt”

  1. elskipporoo Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 4:58 pm #

    HE SHOULD BE MADE TO LIVE ON THE MONEY OF HIS GENEROSITY TO OTHERS, FOR A YEAR.

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