“There is no place for hatred” in the United States of America (USA), said the former North American vice president, during a campaign action in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, cited by the agency France-Presse (AFP).
The Democratic candidate for the November 3 presidential election added that “the forces of darkness, the forces of division” are separating the population, preventing the United States “from rising and moving on”.
President of the United States, Donald Trump, today announced the suspension, until the presidential elections on November 3, of negotiations with the Democrats on the country’s economic stimulus package, designed to respond to the effects of the pandemic.
Pelosi added that this decision demonstrates that, “obviously, the White House is a mess.”
“I instructed my representatives to stop negotiations until after the elections when, immediately after my victory, we will pass the main stimulus law that will focus on [norte]American workers and small businesses, ”wrote the American head of state on the social network Twitter.
Trump added that he asked Senate leader Republican Mitch McConnell to work “full time” on approving Trump’s nominee for the United States Supreme Court, magistrate Amy Coney Barrett.
“Our economy is doing very well. The stock market is at record levels, jobs and unemployment are also recovering in record numbers. We are the world leader in economic recovery, the best is yet to come ”, concluded the US President and re-candidate for the post.
Even today, the President of the Federal Reserve (Fed), Jerome Powell, said that the financial support of this institution and the Government boosted a solid recovery from the recession caused by the pandemic from the disease caused by the new coronavirus, however, the process may fail if there are additional supports.
Trump’s statements come at the same time that House of Representatives leader Democrat Nancy Pelosi is discussing with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin the lines of the package that will stimulate the US economy.
The President of the United States announced at the end of September that Judge Amy Coney Barrett had been chosen to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the US Supreme Court, who died the same month.
Judge of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeal in Chicago, a devout Catholic who worked with former conservative judge Antonin Scalia, Barrett was “deeply honored” by the confidence shown by Trump.
Barrett will have been on the list of possible nominees in 2018, when Trump chose Brett Kavanaugh to replace Anthony Kennedy.
At 48, if confirmed, Barrett will be the youngest judge in the United States Supreme Court, where the nine elements can remain for life.
Ideological heir to the late conservative judge Antonin Scalia, Barrett is thus appointed to take the place left vacant by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg on September 18, and to operate the deepest ideological imbalance in the North American Supreme since Clarence three decades ago Thomas, appointed by George H. Bush in 1990, replaced Thurgood Marshall, “Mr. Civil Rights”, who had been appointed by Democratic President Lyndon Johnson in 1967.