Congratulations Yooper you are the first one to even try to post an answer to the question !Trump will most certainly sign. Absolute win for him if he does, absolute disaster if he doesn't.
The party that does the worst job spinning what it wanted in the bill is the party that will suffer come November (assuming we have an election in November! Talk about #TDS!). But Trump will come out okay if he signs; after all, he wants to get the economy helped so a crappy package now is better than vetoing for a "more perfect" one later. And he can claim that he can only work with what Congress gives him.
At this point, I'd say the Repubs have the edge as far as winning in November goes (and that's the bigger prize; any junk Dems put in the bill that last beyond the election could be written out if Repubs win back the House and retain control of the Senate).
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My take on this is almost everyone says that we need this important stimulus bill to keep all of us citizens and businesses safe and well.
If so then why are we willing to accept a simple majority on this super critical legislation ?
He should refuse to sign until both the Senate and the House pass the legislation with a vetoproof majority. Only they will it be a true bipartisan bill.
Neither party will then be able to deny that they truly accepted the outcome neither good nor bad.