The Hill reports:
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday that President Biden’s name will not appear on stimulus checks that will be sent to many Americans after the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill is passed.
The decision represents a break with the previous administration, as former President Trump’s name appeared on stimulus checks sent by the Internal Revenue Service to millions of Americans.
Trump’s name was printed on tens of millions of checks sent to Americans under his administration in what was an unprecedented move. The Biden White House is reverting back to the usual practice of having a career employee sign payments issued by the Treasury Department.
Read the full article. As you may recall, the Former Guy also insisted that his name appear on letters inside boxes of emergency food aid.
President Biden will not sign the stimulus checks set to be distributed this month as part of his $1.9 trillion COVID relief package — reversing a precedent set by former President Trump in the first two rounds of relief checks. https://t.co/njZKQ6sQAn
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