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Pelosi on stimulus: 'we have to have strong bipartisanship'

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Pelosi on stimulus: 'we have to have strong bipartisanship'

Pelosi on stimulus: 'we have to have strong bipartisanship'

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said negotiators were making progress in talks with the Trump administration for another round of COVID-19 stimulus, but Senate Republicans remained skeptical of a possible deal costing trillions of dollars.


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