Man RIPS UP his $1,200 coronavirus stimulus check and declares that he doesn't need 'Trump money' in his house

A man unimpressed with the coronavirus handouts tore up his $1200 stimulus check, declaring that his house did not need 'Trump money.'
The unidentified man sits proudly in front of the camera and shows that the check shows his address and other personal information.  
'We don't need in my house, Trump money,' the man asserts as he tears up the check. 
Salsa music plays in the background. It is unknown where the footage was filmed.
The video has gone viral on WorldStarHipHop, where many assumed the man used his phone to put the check in his account before tearing up the check.  
The unidentified man sits proudly in front of the camera and shows that the check shows his address and other personal information
The unidentified man sits proudly in front of the camera and shows that the check shows his address and other personal information

The $1,200 checks to cushion the economic blow from the crisis had Trump's name in the memo line, below a line that reads, 'Economic Impact Payment', the Washington Post reported.
Because of the addition of Trump's name, check delivery was delayed for several days.  
The name of the president has never before appeared on checks issued by the IRS, such as for tax refunds. Those checks are typically signed by career bureaucrats at the agency.    
'We don't need in my house, Trump money,' the man asserts as he tears up the check
It is unknown where the video was filmed but Salsa music does play in the background
'We don't need in my house, Trump money,' the man asserts as he tears up the check.
The White House is open to a new round of individual stimulus checks, similar to the ones that paid many citizens $1,200 as part of the $2 trillion CARES Act, sources told CNBC.
The massive House bill - passed by Democrats on Friday - contains a provision for such stimulus checks, but also includes what Republicans call a Democrat wish-list of items, including amnesty for some undocumented immigrants and provisions for widespread mail-in voting in November.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, called the bill 'a totally unserious effort.'  
Democrats powered the massive $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill through the House on Friday, an election-year measure designed to brace a U.S. economy in free fall.

The White House is open to a new round of individual stimulus checks, similar to the ones that paid many citizens $1,200 as part of the $2 trillion CARES Act
The White House is open to a new round of individual stimulus checks, similar to the ones that paid many citizens $1,200 as part of the $2 trillion CARES Act
The name of the president has never before appeared on checks issued by the IRS, such as for tax refunds
The name of the president has never before appeared on checks issued by the IRS, such as for tax refunds
The 208-199 vote, with all but one Republican opposed, advances what boils down to a campaign-season display of Democratic economic and health-care priorities. 
But Republican leaders, who control the Senate, have vowed to block the bill despite some Republican support for provisions aimed at helping state and local governments.
President Donald Trump has promised a veto if it were to reach his desk.
It has no chance of becoming law as written, but will likely spark difficult negotiations with the White House and Senate Republicans. Any product would probably be the last major COVID-19 response bill before November´s presidential and congressional elections.
The enormous Democratic measure would cost more than the prior four coronavirus bills combined. It would deliver almost $1 trillion for state and local governments, another round of $1,200 direct payments to individuals and help for the unemployed, renters and homeowners, college debt holders and the struggling Postal Service.
Man RIPS UP his $1,200 coronavirus stimulus check and declares that he doesn't need 'Trump money' in his house Man RIPS UP his $1,200 coronavirus stimulus check and declares that he doesn't need 'Trump money' in his house Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 01:52 Rating: 5

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