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PoliticoAug 07, 2020
White House, Dem leaders make one last try on coronavirus relief deal
Top Democrats urged the White House not to walk away from talks ahead of a self-imposed deadline.

Coronavirus relief favors white households, leaving many people of color at risk of being evicted (Politico)

CNN PoliticsAug 07, 2020
Stimulus negotiations: Self-imposed deadline arrives with no sign of a deal
This was deadline day, the day that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer were aiming to have a topline agreement.

Fox PoliticsAug 07, 2020
Federal appeals court rules House Dems have legal 'standing' to enforce subpoena for former WH counsel Don McGahn
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that House Democrats have legal "standing" to bring their lawsuit against the Trump administration to enforce a subpoena for former White House Counsel Don McGahn.

House can subpoena former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify, appeals court rules (CNN Politics)

The Daily BeastAug 07, 2020
CNN's Poppy Harlow Confronts Larry Kudlow With All the Times He's Been Wrong About the Coronavirus
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow doesn't have the best track record when it comes to predictions. And CNN anchor Poppy Harlow was more than ready with the receipts when he came on her show to talk about the coronavirus fallout Friday morning. 

Harlow began her interview by asking Kudlow if he and President Donald Trump are "worried" about the slowdown in the recovery. 

"I don't know that there's a slowdown. These job numbers will go up and down," Kudlow replied. When Harlow noted that only 1.8 million jobs were added in July compared to 4.8 million in June, he said, "That is true, and it's going to be uneven as it always is." 

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Politics - U.S. HouseAug 06, 2020
As Jobs Report Looms, White House and Congress Say Stark Divisions Remain Over Stimulus Plan
As senators left Washington without a deal on an economic rescue package, economists warned of new signs of a lagging recovery
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