US presidential election is only three weeks far. The battle between Donald Trump and Joe Biden is still on which may end after 3rd November. The United States is keeping its eyes on the election as the winner of the election will get the opportunity to rule the USA for four years. If Donald Trump gets maximum votes then he would be serving for the second time for further 4 years. While the election has taken the highlights. Still, Americans are taking their eyes on the coronavirus relief plan.
When agreement continues, though, One of the famous investors of Shark Tank, Kevin O’Leary would fairly not focus at another $1,200 check roll out. Alternatively, Kevin disclosed that he would be a proponent for a weekly $400 unemployment insurance boost. He says the money is to go in the right hands.
Those workers who are indulging in Restaurants, theatre and more like these industries. Who are not able to resume work due to COVID-19 crisis. He says that it would be better for the economy to include weekly $400 bonus over the next 14 months. They don’t need $1,200 check for everybody as most of the people would not get employment once again.
Shark Tank’ Star Kevin O’Leary is Against $1,200 Payments
He said that people who have employed the additional $600 on top of unemployment which was the part of the first inducement package and had not much incentive to pay to employees. He said nothing is worst than thinking, that government is giving free money so one is unemployed. There is no sense at all.
This plan hasn’t been discussed with the policymakers of the country. Firstly, to asking trump for discussions to proceed to the halt until later the election which preferable shifted their focus to the arrangement of his Supreme court nominee, it looks that lawmakers appeared to agree on one matter, that being the addition of another $1,200 check check-in whatever package is agreed upon
During the pandemic, Americans are looking for financial support from the government of the country. Amid this, COVID-19 cases are rising rapidly. Until the end of this year, we don’t see any relief bill to pass. Stay connected for the latest updates from around the world.