“Some House Democrats, especially from moderate districts, have been very concerned about the failure to get together on" a deal for COVID-19 aid, says @SusanPage . But there were others who calculated that it “was likely to help President Trump.” Watch:
5. Pulling the earnings rug out from under the market could prove risky for Democrats, especially since corporate earnings are already under pressure from the pandemic (though their losses or reduced profits also mean a higher tax rate would take a smaller bite short-term).
Sen. Mitch McConnell's earlier decision to hit “pause” on new relief has infuriated Democrats, especially as state and local governments clamor for aid to prevent worker layoffs.
Black adults, college grads, Democrats especially likely to talk about COVID-19 outbreak frequently
The says “Democrats, especially on the Foreign Relations Committee, are really engaged in shameful political behavior.”