Larry Kudlow on Jobs
KUDLOW: It could be four weeks; it could be eight weeks. I say that hopefully, and I say that prayerfully. That's what some of the science experts are telling us. I don't know if they'll be right.
You can't have a good job unless you have a healthy business. And what we've tried to do is to provide tremendous, tremendous assistance to the individual men and women, and therefore, on the other side, tremendous assistance to the small businesses for which they work. We're trying to balance this out.
We've got a $6.2 trillion assistance package. We're trying to keep folks working. And we're also protecting payrolls.
KUDLOW: We have to do whatever it takes to keep people going. That's #1, just daily living expenses and so forth. #2, we did plus up the unemployment insurance. The package is designed for four months. It's not going to go on forever. We are dependent on the state of the virus and whether it's flattening out and going to hook down. But it is not something that's going to go on for years.
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