CLOSE As the coronavirus outbreak spreads, travelers are becoming fearful of flying leading major airlines to cut their flights and change their policies. USA TODAYWASHINGTON – Congress could not have been more fractured after last month’s bitterly partisan impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.Prospects that Republicans and Democrats could work together on anything of substance seemed far-fetched, especially given the simmering feud between Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.Then the coronavirus showed up on America’s doorstep.A bipartisan spirit – borne of necessity – emerged. Within weeks, congressional leaders working hand-in-hand with administration officials forged a deal on a historic federal response to a pandemic that has killed hundreds, walloped the economy and derailed America’s daily routines.Late Wednesday, the Senate voted 96-0 to pass a $2 trillion relief package that would provide checks of up to $1,200 for most adults, give billions in potentially forgivable loans to small businesses and rescue the battered airlines industry. The House is likely to take the bill up Friday and pass it.Weeks after slamming Democrats for impeaching Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, called the overwhelming passage of the coronavirus relief bill Wednesday a “proud moment” for the U.S. Senate.”If I were writing your headline I’d say the

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