More Inaction, More Death
Our nation will soon pass the heartbreaking milestones of nine million coronavirus cases and a quarter of a million American deaths – at the same time that eight million are being pushed into poverty, 17 million children are food insecure, and over 23 million workers are on unemployment.
Addressing the Needs of the American People
Protecting Lives, Livelihoods, and the Life of our Democracy
Today, our thoughts and prayers are with the President and First Lady for a swift and full recovery. This is a sad day for our country, knowing that more than 7 million American families have faced the same worry after their loved one has been infected, and more than 209,000 have died.
Getting Americans the Aid They Deserve
Very soon, our country will reach the tragic milestone of having lost 200,000 Americans to coronavirus, with millions more infected.
We extend our sympathy and condolences to the families who have lost their loved ones and who are still dealing with this tragedy that should never have happened.
A Failure To Lead
This week, we heard the President’s own words spell out the devastating truth: Trump was fully aware of the catastrophic nature of the coronavirus but hid the facts and refused to take the threat seriously, leaving our entire country exposed and unprepared.
100 Days, 4.4 Million Sick, 90,000 Dead
Yesterday, I spoke on the phone with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows for 25 minutes about the need for a deal on a coronavirus relief package. This conversation made clear that the White House continues to disregard the needs of the American people as the coronavirus crisis devastates lives and livelihoods.
Putting America’s Children, Families and Workers First
Landmark SCOTUS Rulings Uphold LGBTQ and DACA Protections
This week the Supreme Court upheld America’s values of equality and opportunity for all. In two landmark decisions, the rights and liberties of Americans across the country were protected from the President’s discriminatory and harmful policies.