"This president is holding up much needed help to them during some of the darkest days of American history," Representative Andy King said.
Forcing self-described Democratic moderates to declare where they stand is the beginning of the fight to keep America from lurching sharply to the left.
House Republicans have blocked the Democrats' effort to raise the stimulus checks to $2,000 in line with the president's demand.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said she will put forward the proposal during a pro forma session on Thursday, a move that will test the loyalty of Republicans to the president.
"I'm 100% on board with $2000 survival checks for struggling families. House and Senate Dems are united on this," Warren tweeted on Wednesday.
Democrats respond after President Trump labeled the $900 billion COVID-19 relief package "a disgrace" and called on lawmakers to raise direct payments from $600 to $2,000.
The president threatened to veto the $900 billion COVID relief deal, calling on lawmakers to amend the bill to increase direct payments for most Americans from $600 to $2,000.
Democrat leaders have gravitated to Trump's proposal, but it leaves Republican leaders in a quandary.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his aides have repeatedly claimed that Senate Republicans for months have backed a measure "right in the ballpark" of the $900 billion stimulus Congress approved. But is that true?
"Members of Congress need to see & read the bills we are expected to vote on," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
"The government really be saying 'Let Them Eat Cake' with this $600 nonsense," one user chided on Twitter.
The new relief agreement comes nearly nine months after the last package, the CARES Act, was signed.
The Senate's vote to fill the gap happened just a few hours before the deadline for a nearly $1 trillion stimulus bill that could help Americans just days before Christmas.
Top Republican senators have sent mixed signals on whether it would get done with just hours before the deadline.
The new COVID deal; raging Wall Street; business goes green; and Chuck Berry sings a holiday song.
Democrat and Republican negotiators are said to be closing in on a new package, but there remains some uncertainty over the eligibility for direct payments.
Democrats charge the provision is an attempt to impede President-elect Joe Biden's incoming administration.
The president sent a warning to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his GOP allies Friday morning.
Congress will met on January 6 to count the electoral votes, with some Republicans planning to object to the president-elect's win.
"You see what's coming. You've been reading about it in the House. We're going to have to do it in the Senate," Tuberville said in a video posted to Twitter Thursday.
The Senate majority leader has congratulated Joe Biden, prompting the ire of President Donald Trump as he continues to rally against the election outcome.
Some House Republicans are planning to challenge the electors during the Senate and House joint session to count the votes on January 6. The House members will need one GOP senator to join them in their efforts to overturn the results, which would cause both chambers to meet separately to consider those objections.
"I'm not saying they're not a bunch of f--kers. Mitch McConnell is terrible," Jen O'Malley Dillon said in a new interview with Glamour.
"This will likely get passed before we go home this weekend," Senator Steve Daines of Montana said.
The output gap is the difference between expected economic output under current law and possible economic output if the economy were operating at full potential.
The conspiracy theorists accuse the Senate Marjory Leader of being a traitor after recognizing Joe Biden as President-elect.
The Senate majority leader congratulated Joe Biden in a speech on Tuesday despite President Donald Trump's continued push against the election outcome.
"The GOP electors, they are here," a Republican lawyer told the capitol building guard. "Their constitutional duty requires them to be in the Senate chamber today at 2 p.m.."