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Fox News to host virtual coronavirus town hall with Trump, task force; Progress made on stimulus package

Fox News Channel is hosting a two-hour virtual town hall with President Trump and members of the White House coronavirus task force on Tuesday, March 24, at 12 p.m. ET.

The president and his team will be answering text and video questions you submit to Fox News’ Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts, as well as email submissions for the special live event at live-blog@foxnews.com.

Anchors Harris Faulkner and Bill Hemmer will co-moderate the event and will be joined by Dr. Mehmet Oz and Fox News contributors Dr. Nicole Saphier and Dr. Marc Siegel.

Part One of the town hall will feature Faulkner and Hemmer interviewing members of the coronavirus task force about the latest developments from the pandemic.

They will explain how the White House is handling the growing crisis before President Trump joins the forum at roughly 12:30 p.m. ET to answer questions from Fox News viewers across the country.

Expect a coronavirus stimulus agreement in Senate, Schumer says
Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., told reporters early Tuesday that he expects Republicans and Democrats in the Senate to come together and reach an agreement on the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package that set off a fierce debate on the Senate floor and allegations from both sides that the other was politicizing the emergency.

Despite the logjam, Schumer, the Senate minority leader, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told reporters that there was progress made in late-night negotiations. Schumer said he expects a vote sometime on Tuesday.

One of the key issues in the package is the $500 billion “Exchange Stabilization Fund.” Democrats call it a “slush fund,” and claim Mnuchin would have far too much influence over which industries would have access to the fund.
Mnuchin: Working to get small businesses money fastVideo

Mnuchin denied the claim on Fox Business, saying, “It’s not a slush fund; it’s a mechanism that we can use working with the Federal Reserve that will provide another $4 trillion of potential liquidity into the market. That’s on top of the Fed’s balance sheet.” Click here for more.

Other related developments:
– Pence calls out congressional Dems, says it’s time to ‘step up’ and ‘reach an agreement’
– Trump tells Senate to stop playing ‘partisan politics’
– Pelosi’s coronavirus stimulus includes return of ‘Obamaphones,’ other unrelated items, GOP says
Dow, S&P extend losses after worst week since 2008 financial crisisVideo

Stock futures gain ground as Congress moves closer to a stimulus deal
U.S. equity futures are pointing to a higher open when Wall Street begins trading on Tuesday as congressional and White House officials emerged from grueling negotiations at the Capitol over the $2 trillion coronavirus rescue package saying they expected to reach a deal Tuesday.

This comes after the Federal Reserve promised support to the struggling economy. The major futures indexes are indicating a gain of more than 3 percent or around 600 Dow points. The Fed promised to buy as many Treasurys and other assets as needed to keep financial markets functioning. Click here for more.

US was more prepared for pandemic than any other country, Johns Hopkins study found.
US Olympic and Paralympic Committee signals support for delaying Tokyo Olympics over coronavirus.
NYC metro area has coronavirus attack rate of 1 in 1,000, Birx says.
China to lift lockdown in most of coronavirus-hit Hubei province.

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