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McConnell Blasts Dems' 'Outlandish' Stimulus Plan: 'Get Serious'

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McConnell Blasts Dems' 'Outlandish' Stimulus Plan: 'Get Serious'

McConnell Blasts Dems' 'Outlandish' Stimulus Plan: 'Get Serious'

US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has made it clear he isn't fond of the most recent $2.2 trillion Democratic stimulus plan.

On Wednesday, Business Insider reports McConnell called it 'outlandish,' saying 'We're very, very far apart on a deal.'

The plan included restoring the $600 federal unemployment benefit until January, another round of $1,200 direct payments to taxpayers.

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