United States Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has confirmed that Americans could see $600 stimulus checks as soon as next week. The funds are part of a $900 million virus relief package that lawmakers agreed on last night; final votes will be tallied today ahead of a midnight deadline.
While most of the Mid-West swung back to Joe Biden this election season, the state of Ohio stayed red. That make Sherrod Brown’s 7% victory in his 2018 senate race all the more remarkable.
The Ohio Democrat has remained in office the last 13 years largely due to the way he appeals to and protects the state’s workers. And as was on display during a mask-wearing tiff just weeks ago, Brown isn’t afraid to pick a fight.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin admitted that Trump's payroll tax cut is voluntary and it is up to employers to decide if they will do it.
Donald Trump has only been a Republican for a few short years. Prior to that, the current President was a major donor to Democratic candidates and causes.
This was also true of his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner. The pair hosted a number of fundraisers aimed at raising money for Liberal candidates.So it comes as no surprise that Trump and his daughter donated to new Kamala Harris in the past.
Trump sent his top economic advisers to defend his executive orders and the result was chaos, confusion, and disaster.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said that unemployed people need to get back to work and that the extra $600/week in unemployment benefits is disrupting the economy.
Mark Meadows and Steve Mnuchin tried to claim that Trump is involved in the COVID relief bill negotiations until reporters pointed out that he's golfing.
The Treasury Secretary has said the U.S. could reopen as early as May. Steve Mnuchin told CNBC that the economy will open for business when the President feels the time is right.
Mnuchin spoke to CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday about the much vaunted effort to get Americans back to work.
Steve Mnuchin tried to defend Trump Ukraine attack on Biden only to have CNN's Jake Tapper blows holes in Trump plan by pointing out that Trump and his kids do the same thing.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) exposed Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's defense of hiding Trump's tax returns as bogus during a Senate hearing.
House Ways and Means Committee chairman Rep. Richard Neal (D-MA) said that he is talking to counsel after the White House refused to turn over Trump's tax returns.
Mnuchin is trying to pull a Trump sleight of hand with the word "shall" that is clear as day on a statute of the tax code that has never been interpreted otherwise. He is also suggesting somehow that the intent of the people asking him to uphold the law somehow mitigates the law.
Using taxpayer dollars to live the high life appears to be commonplace for those working in the Trump administration.
18 U.S. Code § 1621: Anyone, after having taken an oath, who willfully lies is guilty of perjury and shall be fined or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.
Wall Street executive Steve Mnuchin was officially sworn in as treasury secretary on Monday.
Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren called Donald Trump a hypocrite today for his decision to nominate a Wall Street insider to head the Treasury Department.
Just when Republicans thought having Donald Trump as the leader of their party couldn't get worse, Trump has completely freaked out conservatives by picking a finance chair for his campaign who worked for George Soros and had contributed heavily to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and Democrats.