Some options currently under consideration at the White House include a payroll tax cut.
Kudlow said the sweetened unemployment benefits are deterring some Americans from returning to work
Republicans have expressed concern that the sweetened unemployment benefits are actually discouraging some Americans from returning to work.
It's been close to 10 weeks since the Democratic governors of California, New York, New Jersey and Illinois ordered all nonessential businesses in their states to close.
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Beijing is the second-largest owner of U.S. government debt, holding more than $1.1 trillion worth of treasuries.
The corporate tax rate is 21 percent - but could go as low as 10.5 percent for companies that return production to the U.S.
In a FOX Business exclusive, Trump is asking for Chinese stocks to be dumped from a federal 401(k) plan.
Trump's team tells the Thrift Savings Plan to dump all assets invested in Chinese stocks.
In the seven weeks since the nation's economy came to a near standstill, more than 33 million Americans have filed for first-time unemployment benefits.
President Trump's chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow has insisted that the U.S. could see a third-quarter economic growth rate as high as 20 percent.
The liquidity and cash phase of relief, Kudlow said, is coming to an end.
Trump's comments one day before the nation's first-quarter GDP estimate is released.
Republicans want to approve an additional $250 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program.
There are some signs the virus has started to plateau in New York, the American epicenter.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said he’s hoping loans for small businesses will help the U.S. economy “reopen” from the coronavirus pandemic contraction in just a matter of weeks.
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Kudlow said the economy could begin to recover within a four- to eight-week period.
COVID-19 has infected 245,646 people and killed 6,069 in the U.S., according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University & Medicine. The pandemic prompted states to issue "stay-at-home" orders and led to the temporary closing of non-essential businesses, putting millions of Americans out of work.
The U.S. is in its second week of trying to contain the spread of COVID-19.