Biden vows to ‘act fast’ on coronavirus relief as he takes aim at Republicans

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Biden vows to ‘act fast’ on coronavirus relief as he takes aim at Republicans” – below is their description.

    Joe Biden indicated he was willing to push ahead with his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill without Republican support as he underscored the perils of failing to take urgent action.

    The US president said Friday’s disappointing employment report, which showed the economy added just 49,000 jobs in January, pressed the need for a major stimulus package.

    “I believe the American people are looking right now to their government for help… so I’m going to act fast,”  he said in a White House speech.

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