Leaders of the Problem Solvers Caucus release statement regarding President Trump’s stimulus talks decision

WASHINGTON — The leaders of the Problem Solvers Caucus COVID-19 Working Group have released this statement:

“American families and America’s small businesses are hurting and cannot afford more delays — especially when a deal is within reach. The 25 Democrats and 25 Republicans of the Problem Solvers Caucus have already crafted a bipartisan framework for relief that has been widely supported, including by the Administration. We cannot overstate how important it is that leaders in both parties — along with the President — return to the table and agree on a package that will provide immediate relief to families and businesses. Inaction is not an option.”

The statement was released following President Trump’s tweet about discontinuing stimulus talks until after the election.

The Problem Solvers Caucus is led by Co-Chair Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ), Co-Chair Tom Reed (R-NY), Congressman Dusty Johnson (R-SD), and Congressman Dean Phillips (D-MN).

 

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