President Trump Slams Bill with Covid-Relief, Demands $2000 Per Person and Withdrawal of Foreign Aid Waste, Says ‘Perhaps the Next Administration Will be Me’

President Trump is slamming the upcoming spending bill that includes $900 Billion in Covid-19 relief, with only $600 in direct payments to some Americans.

He calls out a slew of wasteful spending programs that many right-wing pundits have been talking about on Twitter and in other places. President Trump doesn’t appear to signal an intent to sign the bill and is demanding that each American get $2000 instead of so much wasteful spending.

At the end of the speech, he says if congress can’t fix it, the next presidential administration will have to pass a whole new bill. he then goes on to say “perhaps the next administration, will be me”. Watch:

Despite most major media outlets reporting Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 presidential race, President Trump has not conceded. In this situation, he even hints that he may not yet be out of tricks when it comes to his battle with what he and many of his voters believe to be election fraud and improprieties.

We don’t know what will happen with that, or in the terms of Covid-19 relief, but one thing is for sure, the swamp Republicans and all Democrats aren’t too interested in presenting a bill to President Trump that is reasonable and palatable to the American people.

We all know that it is unlikely Joe Biden will sign a bill that will be anything better than what is being presented to President Trump. Nonetheless, it is imperative to Trump’s supporters that he not push this garbage legislation. The political battle continues for the right, despite the bleak appearance of the near future.

It’s unclear to us if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will be taken off guard by this newest announcement. Mitch has signaled he won’t help President Trump in any of his fights to flip the election results, and beyond that, it appears as though he is enjoying negotiation with the likes of Pelosi and other Democrats.

This is not going to help the GOP with the runoff race in Georgia that will determine the fate of the GOP Senate’s control, but apparently, Mitch is not concerned, at least outwardly, We’ll do our best to bring updates on this fluid situation.