Handel on Trump's Coronavirus Relief Related Executive Orders

After a breakdown in economic relief negotiations between Republicans and Democrats, President Trump signed four executive orders over the weekend.

Among them include a payroll tax holiday to anyone making less than $100,000 annually and an order for Americans to receive $400 in supplemental unemployment benefits each week.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi criticized the President's announcement as it "does nothing to increase testing, reopen schools, put food on the family table or protect the United States Postal Service."

Handel breaks down what were in the orders, how they may or may not actually help and if they are even legal to do

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