Transcript for Democrats close chapter on impeachment
Democrats closing the chapter on impeachment, and turning their full attention to president Biden's $1.9 million covid relief plan. The president at camp David this weekend, hoping talk of his predecessor is now behind him. Here's Alex Presha from the white house. Acquitted of the charge. Reporter: Tonight, with impeachment over, Democrats in congress are turning the page on Donald Trump, clearing the way for the Biden agenda. What we did with this impeachment trial was not at the expense of president Biden's priorities. We'll be returning to them quickly when we come back to Washington. Reporter: Priority one for the president -- covid relief. We in congress need to move forward with delivering the expanded unemployment checks, the stimulus checks, the re-investment in our economy that the American people so desperately need and deserve. Reporter: The clock is ticking to get a bill on president Biden's desk. A month from now, federal unemployment benefits for millions will run out. The president's $1.9 trillion plan includes $1,400 checks for most Americans, money to safely re-open schools, and hundreds of billions for state and local governments. Republicans have said that price tag is too high, but Democrats have the majority and have signaled they will go it alone if need be. This week, Biden is hitting the road for the first official travel of his presidency. Making the case for his plan. First, in Wisconsin for a town hall, then to Michigan, for a tour of a pfizer facility. Linsey? Alex, thank you. There is news tonight about the growing incidence of racist
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