Sun. Oct 24th, 2021

After coronavirus relief bill negotiations collapsed, President Trump signed four executive orders aimed at providing financial aid to Americans. Democrats have decried the actions as unconstitutional, and they will most likely be challenged in court. CBS News’ Paula Reid joins CBSN’s Lana Zak with the latest.

5 thoughts on “Trump signs coronavirus executive orders, but legal challenges may loom”
  1. Fantastic rant from Republican campaign strategist Steve Schmidt about the utter failure of tRump and what a horrible disgrace he truly is. Well said, Steve! Nailed it!

  2. Sure miss the days when the news contained facts instead of opinion biased propaganda. If you get a haircut you can get the same drivel and at least get something out it. Time Suck is the current state of News-my opinion concerns me so much-Reporting.

  3. I’m pretty sure trump can legally suspend income tax other then that I’m not sure about.. it would be pretty sad for congress to press this issue.. if Congress really wanted to do something for the people they would submit a clean COVID bill without added pork for non related things so let’s not be confused about what’s going on people can’t wait for help it’s already been to long.. in my opinion this is all on Congress they are the ones that control the purse strings so yes if trump puts pressure on Congress good for him.. I don’t think it’s political when he waited till after the deadline. Museums and libraries have nothing to do with COVID all that pork Allan wait until this is over people are hurting badly and they can’t wait

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