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The White House confirms that the President of the United States has signed the coronavirus relief bill.

The White House confirms that the President of the United States has signed the coronavirus relief bill.

Associated Press

December 28th According to AFP, a White House spokesman confirmed that US President Trump has signed the coronavirus relief bill.

NPR pointed out that the White House announced the news on the evening of the 27th. The coronavirus relief bill includes more than $900 billion in aid for individuals and small businesses, ending the uncertainty that millions of Americans are eager to receive the financial aid they need.

On December 20th local time, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that U.S. Congressmen have reached an agreement on a $900 billion coronavirus relief bill to provide funds for the government and provide long-term coronavirus relief.

However, Trump vetoed the comprehensive package on the 22nd and asked Congress to amend unnecessary components of the coronavirus relief bill, saying that too much money was allocated to foreign aid and domestic projects unrelated to the coronavirus pandemic.

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