US Economic Recovery Could Falter Without New Stimulus
After abruptly stopping bipartisan talks on a new round of coronavirus economic relief, President Trump has backtracked slightly, calling for Congress to pass help for airlines, small businesses and more stimulus checks for Americans.
Host Jeremy Hobson talks with Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant Thornton, on what the uncertainty and delay could mean for struggling Americans and economic recovery.
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