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Aug. 9, 2020
During the News conference of 8/8/2020 Saturday, President Trump announced he was signing four executive orders to protect working and ordinary Americans from the hardship of COVID19.
The president gave democratic obstructions as reasons for his actions that have been condemned by members of his Republican party, with republican senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska saying" the president,s actions is the pen and phone theory of executive lawmaking is unconstitutional slop ".
President Trump with the goals of saving American jobs and providing relief to American workers announced that he will sign four executive orders, 1 Payroll tax holidays for Americans earning less than $100,000 a year,
2 Ordered HUD, HSS, and CDC, to work towards rental assistance.
3 Unemployed Americans to get $400 direct benefit per week, though some GOP senators like Ted Cruz were against the sustained unemployment benefits
4 Directives providing relief to Student loans.
During the press conference, the president also announced Vets choice, which helps veterans with blindness in both eyes and treatment courts for veterans.
The president said a third of the money in the Democratic produced Hereos act is unrelated to COVID 19 pandemic and relief but bailout money for democratic cities and states mismanaged by Democratic mayors and governors.
President Trump said it was a bill supported by Democratic nominee, former Obama administration vice president who is completely in the control of far left-wing Bernie sanders.
President Trump condemned Speaker Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer for wanting to give stimulus checks to illegal aliens in the USA. He said Democrats were blocking support for K12, additional funding for paycheck protection programs, additional money for testing, vaccines, direct payments of $3,400 to families of four.
The president accused the Democrats of trying to use the Heroes act or Bill to try to steal the presidential elections of 2020 by insisting that all the voting be done by mail in all states, banning requirements for signature identification and use of voter identification cards.
Dr. Akwo Thompson Ntuba