While lawmakers push for a relief package to be signed off, polling indicates the public doubts this will happen by Friday.
The president is continuing to push against the election outcome, insisting foul play has facilitated Joe Biden's win despite failing to substantiate such widespread irregularities.
It is nearing nine months since the last COVID-19 relief bill, the CARES Act, was passed—as lawmakers attempt to push something through before their next recess.
The president said he wanted to spend more than Democrats did on stimulus in comments pre-Election Day, though is now backing plans for much less relief spending.
A new stimulus proposal was outlined which did not include another round of direct payments, despite previous bipartisan support for such action.
Polling has shown people across the U.S. doubt relief is coming imminently, despite the consensus among lawmakers and the public that it is needed in some form.
President Donald Trump continues to rail against the election outcome despite having failed so far to prove his allegations of widespread fraud facilitating Joe Biden's success.
It comes as lawmakers continue to dispute what should be included in a further relief package.
With a heightened focus on the Senate runoff races in Georgia, the rival candidates are upping the ante on their attacks on each other.
The Senate majority leader has said there is not "time to waste time" as he spoke of desire for a targeted relief bill.
President Donald Trump continues to rally against the election outcome, despite multiple set backs in court.
The president continues to persist with his claims the election was "rigged," despite failing to present any evidence.
The president continues to insist foul play led to Joe Biden's election success despite lawsuits failing to substantiate claims of widespread fraud.
The president is due to visit Georgia to lend support to Republican candidates in the runoff elections which will determine control of the U.S. Senate.
The president suggested the Georgia Governor "overrule" the state's Secretary of State, as he continues to question election results amid a second recount.
President Donald Trump continues to rally against the election outcome insisting foul play aided Joe Biden's success, despite not evidencing widespread fraud and irregularities he and allies have alleged.
The Democrat has spoken of being a president for all Americans, while encouraging his supporters and President Trump's to give each other a chance.
Pressure mounts as the stalemate over a further relief package continues, with a bipartisan deal yet to be made despite each side advocating stimulus in some form.
The Democrat said that he believes the party needs victory in the Georgia runoffs, so as to "enact a broader legislative agenda."
Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) said party politics was getting in the way of an agreement being made amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
No matter the ambitions of President Trump's allies, his own desires look likely to decide the future direction of the GOP.
The pair are bidding to oust the Republican incumbents in the state, with the races garnering heightened focus due to the impact they will have on which party controls the Senate.
The president's decision to pardon Michael Flynn has caused a backlash, while there is also speculation of him controversially using such power on himself.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) suggested the commander-in-chief use his pardon powers "effectively and robustly."
Sidney Powell appeared at a recent Trump campaign press conference, though a later statement insisted she was not part of the legal team.
A stalemate over a further relief package continues, with differing stances blocking the passage of a deal through Congress.
The article claims "treasonous swamp rats" in the government are trying to steal the election as the president continues his unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud.
The South Carolina Democrat pulled in a colossal sum as he challenged Sen. Lindsey Graham, and is now turning his sights to backing candidates in Georgia.