He encouraged people to go ahead and wear masks, he admitted that things would get worse before they get better, eventually it will disappear. Below are the Speaker’s remarks: Rep. Crow discusses the importance of voting, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsKCfgvc4uY, Transcript of Pelosi Weekly Press Conference Today, PELOSI -- Dear Colleague on Holding The House, Transcript of Pelosi Interview on MSNBC’s The Beat with Ari Melber. Thank you. We provide users with their local TV listings, entertainment news and television highlights! We talk about not wearing masks all spring, but we haven't been testing to the level that we should have been to really address and defeat this virus. The Speaker is joining us right now. But we do need the Defense Production Act to be implemented by the President of the United States to say we need the equipment that we need to open our schools, to open our economy, to fight this virus, the Trump virus. And it cracks me up that they make a fuss over $600 when they were willing to spend nearly $2 trillion to add to the deficit to give tax breaks to the richest people in America, 83 percent of the benefits of that going to the top one percent. Below are the Speaker’s remarks: Wolf Blitzer. I think it's clearly evident. So, let’s see what they have to offer, then we can negotiate. It's a survival amount of money. On this subject, he really distorts the number. Guest anchor Jessica Yellin interviews New York Republican Rep. Michael Grimm and asks him to explain why he's no longer supporting President Obama's plan in Syria. Speaker Pelosi. I think they were talking about 70 percent of income to be – I just – I don't – well, when we see – as I said, it's no use having a conversation about something. Wolf Blitzer. Speaker Pelosi. Jeh, “When this election is over, it’s been hotly contested. So, in any event, it was weird because a briefing on the coronavirus should be about science, and that is something the President has ignored. Sorry, there is no season information available for this series. Wolf Blitzer delivers the most important breaking news and political, international, and national security stories of the day. Wolf Blitzer. The rhetoric has been hot, but when it’s over on Wednes, I never thought I would see so many buildings here in the nation’s capital boarded-up on the eve of a presidential. They seem to be in disarray. Let me just say this: $600, that $600 means a great deal to the families who are receiving it. Madam Speaker, what do you tell the 20 million or 25 million Americans who are about to lose the $600 weekly unemployment benefit? God-willing that will be soon. And it's over a trillion dollars to do the Unemployment Insurance and the direct payments, which they know that we have to do. Speaker Pelosi, thank you so much for joining us. It should be about governance and, now, he's finally embracing – saying it is okay to wear a mask. Speaker Pelosi, thank you so much for joining us. Speaker Pelosi. Okay, there's a floor to the stock market. Speaker Pelosi. Below are the Speaker’s remarks: Wolf Blitzer. Below are the Speaker’s remarks: Wolf Blitzer. This is – we just don't have enough, and that's why – that's one of the reasons why we're so far behind in testing, no matter what the President says. Apparently, Republicans weren't doing much except taking a pause. But it will take about a trillion dollars to do state and local. Seventy percent of what, of the $600 or 70 percent of their income? But it is still months away and people will die. Below are the Speaker’s remarks: Washington, D.C. – Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued the following statement on the October jobs report: This afternoon, Joe Biden made it clear that the Biden-Harris ticket will have enough votes to win the Electoral College. He's the President of the United States. So, I think a good deal of what we have suffered is clearly the Trump virus. How do you bridge that, that $2 trillion difference, and reach some sort of compromise? We worked a while on that legislation. Thank you for what you're doing. That's why we have to see – we have to see the bill. Speaker Pelosi. We will. Washington, D.C. – Speaker Nancy Pelosi joined Wolf Blitzer on CNN's The Situation Room to discuss coronavirus relief legislation, the Trump Administration’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic response and other news of the day. I appreciate it very much. It's about getting the job done, and to do that, we need equipment. We need equipment to test. He either doesn't know, doesn't care or just decides to make up a number. So, you know, they're bolstering the stock market. Wolf Blitzer. I know you've got a lot going on. What does it mean? Tune in weeknights from 5 … And to do all of it, including opening our schools, administering to the needs of people that are sick, we need PPE, personal protective equipment. I don't know when they will get their act together, but they have had plenty of time to be thinking about this and this delay is unnecessary because, by the end of July, unemployment benefits will expire – a number – a moratorium on evictions will expire – many things will expire that are addressed in our legislation. It's no use taking a test and then find out a week later or longer whether you are positive or negative. You need equipment to do that. 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