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Steven Mnuchin Says Talks On Coronavirus Relief Have Stalled

Newsy Monday, 7 September 2020
Steven Mnuchin Says Talks On Coronavirus Relief Have StalledWatch VideoHouse Democrats and the Trump administration will work out the details and move forward this week with a deal that will keep the U.S. government funded.

But Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says there isn't a lot of progress on a coronavirus relief bill. 

"The speaker has refused to sit down and negotiate...
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