Pelosi: Trump Executive Actions ‘Are Illusions’

Cracks Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiPelosi, Schumer slams Trump executive orders, calls on GOP to return to negotiating table Trump signs executive orders after coronavirus relief stories fall Sunday shows prospect: White House, Congress Democrats unable to break stalemate over coronavirus release MORE (D-Calif.) Said Sunday that a series of coronavirus executive actions announced by President TrumpDonald John TrumpDeWine tests negative for coronavirus a second time Several GOP lawmakers raise concerns over Trump executive orders in Beirut after testing test for US aid to frustrated ally MAY are “illusions” instead of lasting solutions.

“What the president did is unconstitutional demolition,” Pelosi told Fox News Sunday, adding that instead of effectively getting more money for the unemployed and stopping evictions, “these are illusions.”

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“Having almost no bill and no agreement would not provide either of those,” he said.

Pelosi defended the efforts of Democratic leaders in negotiations, saying they had offered compromises.

‘What the president does not do does not even realize what he did in the categories he did, but we said against [Republicans], we will bring down a trillion [dollars], you come up with a trillion [dollars] and we will be able to have an agreement that meets the needs of the American people, ‘she said.

“We need to reach an agreement, children are unsafe with food, families are at risk of being put off, the virus is moving like a freight train,” Pelosi added. “The nicest thing I could say is that he does not know what he is talking about, or that something is wrong, something is very, very wrong.”

Pelosi added that characterizing the proposed executive actions, which reportedly have a smaller temporary federal unemployment benefit and a national tax cut on wages, “as well as realizing what they set out to do, something that would take the place of an agreement, just is not so. “

Pelosi also handles reports that the intelligence community has found that Russia intends to re-elect interferences by 2020 and that China prefers former vice president Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden says Trump’s executive mission is ‘a reckless war on social security’ Trump entered into test exchange with top GOP donor Adelson: Blumenthal report calls for declassification of materials detailing Russian threat to US elections, the presumptive Democratic nominee.

“We have written to say that you need to release the information, the American people need to know what the Russians are doing in this case,” Pelosi said. She also criticized the grouping of active Russian interference and Chinese preferences in the assessment.

“[China] is not really involved in the presidential election, “she said. “For the second time, I do not take anyone for granted my criticism of China, but for the sake of equality I do not tell the whole story.”