"Now is the time to renew our commitment to families to help them meet the challenges they face," the Utah Republican senator said.
Mail is delivered as usual on December 24, while all in-person services at social security offices are closed amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has heightened the split in the U.S. economy. Some with hefty retirement accounts dipped into the money and rode out a choppy economy, while those who live paycheck to paycheck cut back and scraped by as best they could.
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"Joe Biden is saying his priority is illegal aliens," Stephen Miller claimed Saturday on Fox News.
The video showed footage from a debate between Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, in which he Biden claimed he had never supported cutting funding for Social Security.
During the final presidential debate on Thursday, Democratic candidate Joe Biden said that President Donald Trump wants to get rid of Social Security.
"I think if he wins, he's going to have to have a more fleshed-out program, but people can expect the Social Security in the future that they've enjoyed in the past," one expert said of Biden. "While under the Trump proposals you don't really know what is going to happen."
Among those surveyed aged 60 and over, 59 percent said they felt more confident in the future of Social Security under Biden, compared to 43 percent for Trump.
"We will be, on the assumption I win, we are going to be terminating the payroll tax after the beginning of the new year," President Donald Trump said during a news conference last month.
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This is the first time that the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare (NCPSSM), which was founded by the late son of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, has ever endorsed a candidate for president.
President Donald Trump said he will make the payroll tax cuts permanent if he wins re-election in the November election.
"We will be, on the assumption I win, we are going to be terminating the payroll tax after the beginning of the new year," Trump said earlier this month.
"The American people are quite united on what they think on Social Security and what they want to see done and not done," one expert said. "And right now the parties are as far apart on this issue as maybe they've ever been."
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People who may have missed out on payments for dependants under 17 have been given more time to register for the money.
The majority of people AARP surveyed also said the payments should be higher.
"Trump announced that if he is re-elected he will permanently defund Social Security," Senator Bernie Sanders warned.
The former secretary of state said President Trump's executive actions Saturday made it very clear he intends on going after Social Security and Medicare if he's re-elected.
The House Speaker and Senate Minority Leader both warned that President Donald Trump's Saturday executive actions won't work and ultimately take money from workers, Social Security and Medicare.
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"I am saying that you have been on the floor of the Senate time and time again, touting the need to cut Social Security, Medicare and veterans' programs," Sanders said.
The Center for Economic and Policy Research suggests scheme that pays benefits to one fifth of U.S. population should be changed.
The budget, if enacted, would cut billions from the three safety-net programs over the next decade.