[/news/republicans/index.html Republicans]are already lining up to oppose President-elect [/news/joe-biden/index.html Joe Biden]'s $1.9 trillion [/news/coronavirus-relief-bill/index.html COVID-19 rescue plan] that he debuted in Wilmington, [/news/delaware/index.html Delaware] Thursday night.
Punchbowl News reported Friday morning that two powerful GOP lawmakers: Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep.
Kevin Brady of Texas, the top Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee, have already become naysayers.
'President-elect Biden served in [the] Senate for over 35 years. So he knows the plan he outlined tonight can't pass "quickly" & will delay the 2k for hard hit Americans,' Rubio said Thursday night.
Brady started his statement with, 'Here we go again.'
'True to form and his signature failed "stimulus," President-elect Biden launches yet another economic blind buffalo that does nothing to save Main Street businesses, get people back to work, or strengthen the economy,' Brady said.
'Special interests and liberals are cheering,' he added.
'The jobless and Main Street are left shaking their heads.'
When Biden and his team rolled out the plan for several hours Thursday, they argued the unemployed and http://www.unftrd.com/blog/the-graff-mobile small business owners are some of the main groups the plan would assist.
Kevin Brady (left) and Sen. Marco Rubio (right) both had negative feedback for President-elect Joe Biden on his proposed $1.9 trillion COVID-19 rescue plan
Rubio tweeted his criticism Thursday night after Biden rolled out the plan from Wilmington, Delaware
President-elect Joe Biden made a pitch to Congress to spend $1.9 trillion on COVID-19 speech in Wilmington, Delaware Thursday night
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS news" data-version="2" id="mol-f392b190-5766-11eb-9156-af7e6b1269bb" website line up to oppose Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan