CLOSE Trump told reporters his temperature was “totally normal.” He said he took the test, and the results would take a “few days.” WochitWASHINGTON – As the Senate prepares to vote on a coronavirus stimulus bill in the coming days, President Donald Trump’s administration is acknowledging the bipartisan package won’t be nearly enough to stem the pandemic’s potential economic impact.Senior White House aides said Sunday they will be pressing Congress as early as this week on a plan to target relief to airlines, hotels and other travel-related industries expected to be hard hit by COVID-19. The president, meanwhile, has continued to push for a payroll tax cut that was jettisoned from a bill passed by the House early Saturday after bipartisan opposition emerged.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a letter Sunday that lawmakers had already started work on “a third emergency response package.” The rapid push for a more robust economic stimulus follows some forecasts predicting a global slowdown as Americans abandon travel plans, sporting events are cancelled and state governments prohibit mass gatherings. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin downplayed talk of a recession Sunday and predicted the economy would bounce back.”We are now going back to Congress, and focusing this week on the airlines industry, the hotel industry, the


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