Americans are struggling financially during the coronavirus outbreak, and senate leaders said they won't help.
The U.S. Senate announced they won't hold a vote on another coronavirus relief package until June.
The shocking announcement comes as Democrats push for a $3 trillion pandemic relief package.
The House is scheduled to vote on the relief package on Friday, which includes another round of stimulus checks for Americans.
According to Business Insider, President Trump and Republicans have flatly rejected the coronavirus relief bill.
President Donald Trump said the House package would be "dead on arrival."
Senate Majority Mitch McConnell said, "We have not yet felt the urgency of acting immediately".