Trump officials have not objected raising funds for preparedness of coronavirus until Democrat MPs agree to transfer $37 million from the LIHEAP.
The press release from the official website of Ed Markey states in a letter dated 27 February 2020, to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that Elizabeth Warren had made a new proposal for emergency funds to prepare the United States for a possible widespread outbreak of coronavirus as an instead for transferring money from Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program which is in underfunded.
In a letter to congressional appropriators, Joe Kennedy III, Chellie Pingree, and Peter Welch showed their views against the proposal made by Trump administration’s emergency preparations to control coronavirus through removing the funding of $37 million from the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
All the above statements made by Democrat MPs depicts that they are against the proposal of Trump administration. To pass a proposal, it is a requirement to get a majority in the House of Representatives, which proves that the proposal is unapproved. Meanwhile, there is no statement made by Republicans or government officials that they refusing to fund emergency preparations for coronavirus pandemic until Democrats MP's agree to cut home heating and cooling assistance for the poor by $37 million.
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